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An overview of canine histiocytic disorders
The disorders that arise from histiocyte proliferation range from benign, self-resolving lesions to malignant, life-threatening sarcomas and include a newly identified splenic and bone marrow macrophage disorder. These clinicians give you the information you'll need to readily differentiate and manage these disorders.


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