Rachel Sternberg, DVMDepartment of Veterinary Clinical Medicine College of Veterinary Medicine University of Illinois Urbana, IL 61802 Filter by article type: AllProceedingsFeatureFormsPhoto articleStep-by-step FeaturesCE listingSponsoredInteractive CaseGalleryAudioQuizVideoInteractive FeatureDirectory listing An overview of multiple myeloma in dogs and catsVETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 01, 2009Plasma cell neoplasms originate from terminally differentiated B lymphocytes that have undergone malignant transformation. Extramedullary and solitary osseous plasmacytomas in dogs and catsVETERINARY MEDICINE - Oct 01, 2009Another important form of neoplastic plasma cells are plasmacytomas, which arise from soft tissue, where they are known as extramedullary plasmacytomas, or from bone, where they are known as solitary osseous plasmacytomas. Hot topics on dvm360Pet Owner 2.0: A dvm360 Leadership Challenge Veterinary issues in 2016: Will this be the year of telemedicine? Top 8 nastiest things to clean at a veterinary practice The 12 days of veterinary client handouts Need a urine sample? Urine luck!