European Society of Toxicologic Pathology (ESTP)
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Case descriptions 2002

Below you find a list of cases which have been presented and discussed during the ESTP/GTP Annual Meeting 2002 in Giessen. Click on each case to obtain a page with descriptions, images and with the abstract of this case.

  • Case No 1
    Spontaneous malignant glioma (glioblastoma multiforme) in a rat

  • Case No 2
    Cutaneous epitheliotropic lymphosarcoma in a dog with central nervous system metastasis

  • Case No 3
    Epidermotropic cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (mycosis fungoides) in Sprague-Dawley rats

  • Case No 4
    Feline vaccine-associated fibrosarcoma

  • Case No 5
    EndothelinA receptor antagonist (ETA)-induced tubular dilatation in the rat testis

  • Case No 6
    Segmental (focal) tubular atrophy in rat testes (induced lesion)

  • Case No 7
    Granulomatous inflammation in the efferent ducts associated with diffuse tubular (testicular) atrophy in rats (induced lesion)

  • Case No 8
    True hermaphroditism in a Sprague-Dawley rat

  • Case No 9
    Protozoonosis in zebra fish – myxozoa (microsporidium) induced myonecrosis and granulomatous myositis

  • Case No 10
    Effect of propylthiouracil (PTU) on thyroid glands in rats

  • Case No 11
    Tumours of the pituitary pars intermedia with associated bilateral adrenocortical hyperplasia in aging male rats: a distinct clinico-pathologic entity resembling Cushing's disease

  • Case No 12
    Ito cell tumour in the liver of a B6C3F1 mouse

  • Case No 13
    Spontaneous colitis in multiple drug resistance-deficient (mdr1a-/-) mice

  • Case No 14
    Barrett's metaplasia in the oesophagus of a beagle dog?

  • Case No 15
    Degeneration of parietal cells in the stomach of beagle dogs

  • Case No 16a, Case No 16b, Case No 16c
    Septicaemic kidney alterations after intermittent intravenous infusion using a port-catheter system in a cynomolgus monkey toxicity study

  • Case No 17
    Herpes virus-induced intranuclear inclusion bodies: differential diagnosis herpes B virus infection

Further notes

  • All cases have one or more images: please click on the thumbnail(s) to see a larger version.

  • For some of the literature references links to the Medline abstracts are available: please click on the symbol.