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Adenocarcinoma of the bile ducts of a ewe (A99D1449). Multiple soft, tan tumor nodules that measure as much as 6 cm. in diameter are present in the liver. —^Adenocarcinoma of the bile ducts of a 5-year-old ewe (A84-D1412). There is diffuse involvement of the liver with multiple white tumor nodules that are slightly discolored with bile. —A histologie preparation of the adenocarcinoma (A84-D1412) shown in figure 102. The neoplastic cells are attempting to form bile ducts. Hematoxylin-eosin stain, x 320.
Whereas human pheochromocytomas do. Further, the brown staining of the periadrenal fat observed in association with pheochromocytomas in man has not been observed in similar tumors in animals. —These tumors are firm, lobulated, thinly encapsulated growths that cannot be differentiated from adrenal cortical tumors on the basis of their appearance at postmortem examination. They are usually large, up to 12 cm. in diameter, and commonly distort the adrenal to such an extent that a point of origin cannot be distinguished.
If. —Granulosa-cell tumor of the ovary in a 3-year-oId Hereford cow (D3189). An area of necrosis (arrow) is a common alteration in tliis type of tumor. Hematoxylin-eosin stain, x 125. Although granulosa-cell ovarian tumors are large, locally destructive, possessed of areas of necrosis, and apparently malignant, they seldom metastasize to other tissues or ograns. A few cattle have numerous tumor implants on the peritoneum caused either by spillage of cells from a ruptured neoplastic cyst or by transperitoneal metastasis.
Atlas of Meat Inspection Pathology by William S. Monlux; Andrew W. Monlux