Feline oral lesions: adding histology to your toolkit


Feline oral lesions: adding histology to your toolkit

18 Nov 2022
IDEXX Advanced Diagnostics

Feline oral lesions are usually challenging. Inflammatory and neoplastic oral diseases might be similar at clinical examination: a proliferative lesion not always is a neoplasia. For making a definitive diagnosis, and meeting clients expectation, a holistic approach is advisable.

  • 1) Review of the most common feline oral diseases, with special attention to feline chronic gingivo-stomatitis and proliferative oral diseases.
  • 2) Why adding histopathology to the clinical workup.
  • 3) How clinicians might help pathologists in making a definitive diagnosis.
Dr Elena Riccardi, Anatomic Pathologist - IDEXX

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