2 edition of Studies on the etiology of plasmacytosis of mink. found in the catalog.
Studies on the etiology of plasmacytosis of mink.
Donald Patterson Gray
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|LC Classifications||LE3 T525 MVSC 1964 G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||65|
plasmacytoma [plaz″mah-si-to´mah] 1. a plasma cell dyscrasia. 2. a discrete, presumably solitary, plasma cell tumor mass. plasmacytoma (plaz'mă-sī-tō'mă), A discrete, presumably solitary mass of neoplastic plasma cells in bone or in one of various extramedullary sites; in humans, such lesions are probably the initial phase of developing. Yashiro A: A kind of plasmacytosis (primary cutaneous plasmacytoma [in Japanese]. J Pn J Dermatol , Kodama A, Tani M, Hori K, Tozuka T, Matsui T, Ito M, et al. Systemic and cutaneous plasmacytosis with multiple skin lesions and polyclonal hypergammaglobulinaemia: significant serum interleukin-6 levels. Br J Dermatol. ;
Reactive plasmacytosis is a transient expansion of plasma cell progenitors and precursors. This rare condition has been reported to occur mainly in infections and tumors. We describe a case of acute hepatitis A presenting with marked peripheral blood plasmacytosis. Waxman AJ, Mink PJ, Devesa SS, et al. Racial disparities in incidence and outcome in multiple myeloma: a population-based study. Blood ; Shirley MH, Sayeed S, Barnes I, et al. Incidence of haematological malignancies by ethnic group in England, Br J Haematol ;
Cutaneous and systemic plasmacytosis are reactive disease processes that occur in middle-aged Japanese and Chinese men. Systemic plasmacytosis, defined by plasmacytic infiltration of two organ systems, might rarely progress to lymphoma. Cutaneous plasmacytosis, however, is chronic and benign and is characterized by the development of multiple plasma cell-rich infiltrates in the skin. Plasmacytosis, first described in , is a rare disease that primarily affects patients of Japanese descent. The disease includes both cutaneous and systemic types, and histology displays a florid dermal infiltrate of polyclonal plasma cells. In addition to the classic and characteristic clinical presentation of red-brown, flat nodules or.
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Aleutian disease of mink, also called viral plasmacytosis, is caused by Aleutian disease virus (ADV) (reviewed by Porter et al., ; Porter, ; Bloom et al., ). ADV is a parvovirus which causes persistent infection. It plays havoc with the mink's immune system.
Infected mink develop a marked hypergammaglobulinemia (Tabel and Ingram, ). Aleutian disease (AD) is a slowly progressive infectious disease of mink characterized by diffuse proliferation of plasma cells, hypergammaglobulinemia, and persistent viremia.
Fibrinoid vascular Cited by: Clinical correlates of bone marrow plasmacytosis. Callaway MW, Braud EL, McDonald CR, Paine CJ, Eichner ER. In light of the variable clinical expression and bone marrow plasmacytosis of multiple myeloma, we studied prospectively the prevalence and clinical correlates of bone marrow plasmacytosis in anemic medical : Callaway Mw, Braud El, McDonald Cr, Paine Cj, Eichner Er.
Cultures of mink testis and mink kidney cells were inoculated with 10% extracts and filtrates of tissue from plasmacytosis-affected mink. Specific morphological changes were observed in cultures of kidney and testis cells.
Millipore filtration experiments suggested the size range of the agent to be from 10 to 50 by: 6. plasmacytosis: [ plaz″mah-si-to´sis ] an excess of plasmacytes in the blood. Plasmacytosis is a condition in which there is an unusually large proportion of plasma cells in tissues, exudates, or blood.
: Plasmacytosis may be divided into two types—cutaneous and systemic—both of which have identical skin findings. "by a triad of marrow plasmacytosis, serum or urine M (monoclonal) protein, and lytic bone lesions. Myeloma is a monoclonal malignancy of the B lymphocyte system, with bone pain the most common symptom.
Osteolytic, punched-out bone lesions are characteristic, especially in the skull. Etiology. Aleutian mink disease virus (ADV) is a parvovirus (genus Amdoparvovirus, species Carnivore amdoparvovirus 1) with strains of varying virulence and immunogenicity.
Mink-derived strains are more virulent to mink than are ferret-derived strains (Fox et al., b). Although the mink virus can infect ferrets, at least three separate viral.
Importance. Cutaneous and systemic plasmacytosis are rare conditions of unknown etiology with characteristic red-brown skin lesions and a mature polyclonal plasma cell infiltrate within the dermis.
Perineural plasma cell infiltrates may be a histologic clue to the diagnosis of cutaneous plasmacytosis. Observations. Our patient had a five-year history of persistent reddish-brown plaques on.
Systemic Plasmacytosis with a Review of the Literature cutaneous manifestations was years in average (range, to 5 years). In our case, the duration was 6 years. According to Tada et al.,12 the prognosis of systemic plasmacytosis is less fa-vorable than that.
Mucous membrane plasmacytosis: A case report and review of the literature Rakesh Bharti MD 1, and Denise R Smith MA 2 Dermatology Online Journal 9 (5): 15 From the BDC Research Centre 1, Amritsar, Punjab, INDIA, and University of California Davis School of Medicine 2 Abstract.
Mucous membrane plasmacytosis is a rare, idiopathic condition consisting of a dense plasma-cell infiltrate of the. cases of cutaneous plasmacytosis were found to have occult involve-ment of nonenlarged lymph nodes or bone marrow, the more inclu-sive term, “cutaneous and systemic plasmacytosis” (C/SP) has been recommended and will be used herein.4 The etiology of C/SP is unknown, but the current evidence sug.
Lymph nodes - not lymphoma - Plasmacytosis. This website is intended for pathologists and laboratory personnel, who understand that medical information is imperfect and must be interpreted using reasonable medical judgment. Plasmacytoma and plasmablastic lymphoma have the same immunophenotype, other than EBV and are generally separated based on clinical grounds Plasmacytoma / Myeloma Lymphoplasmacytic Lymphoma and Nodal, Extranodal and Splenic Marginal Zone Lymphomas.
Solitary plasmacytoma (SP) is the clinical condition characterized by the localized proliferation of clonal plasma cells. The definition of SP has been evolving as a result of improvement in imaging technology as well as the availability of more sensitive techniques that can detect small populations of clonal plasma cells in the bone marrow.
Plasmacytosis is a condition in which there is an unusually large proportion of plasma cells in tissues, exudates, or blood.  Plasmacytosis may be divided into two types—cutaneous and systemic—both of which have identical skin findings.
A condition in which there is an unusually large proportion of plasma cells in tissues, exudates, or blood. The Content on this Site is presented in a summary fashion, and is intended to be used for educational and entertainment purposes only.
It is not intended to be and should not be interpreted as medical advice or a diagnosis of any health or fitness problem, condition or disease; or a recommendation for a specific test, doctor, care provider, procedure, treatment plan, product, or course of action.
Larynx, hypopharynx & trachea - Mucous membrane plasmacytosis. This website is intended for pathologists and laboratory personnel, who understand that medical information is imperfect and must be interpreted using reasonable medical judgment.
Round cell tumors are among the most common skin tumors in dogs, and they typically form just under the skin, although they may change the surface of the skin above them.
When caught early, most round cell tumors are removed easily, and surgery is generally curative. The most important take home message is to be vigilant, and to have any skin lumps or bumps assessed by your veterinarian promptly.Cutaneous and systemic plasmacytosis (CSP) is a rare.
condition characterized by a clinical of cutaneous lesions and polyclonal hypergammaglobulinemia. The condition is described as primarily affecting middle-aged Asian patients .
The etiology of CSP is .Cutaneous and systemic plasmacytosis is a rare lymphoproliferative disorder that is an important consideration in the differential diagnosis of cutaneous infiltrates in which plasma cells predominate.