Integument and Mammary Glands

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This volume is one of a set of concise, well-illustrated and authoritative studies of natural and experimental lesions of laboratory animals (rat, mouse and hamster) arranged by organ systems. The volume Integument and Mammary Glands includes not only neoplastic but also non-neoplastic lesions as well as the effects of toxins. It proposes a standard, international nomenclature that is particularly important for the documentation and evaluation of pathologic data produced in safety studies. Emphasis is also given ...
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Overview

This volume is one of a set of concise, well-illustrated and authoritative studies of natural and experimental lesions of laboratory animals (rat, mouse and hamster) arranged by organ systems. The volume Integument and Mammary Glands includes not only neoplastic but also non-neoplastic lesions as well as the effects of toxins. It proposes a standard, international nomenclature that is particularly important for the documentation and evaluation of pathologic data produced in safety studies. Emphasis is also given to precise differential diagnostic criteria. Useful data on pathogenesis, etiology, biologic behavior, frequency in different strains and under varying laboratory conditions are given. The significance of each lesion is considered and comparisons are made with other species including man. References to the world literature have been selected to permit access to the critically important publications on each subject. This volume, as others in the Monographs on the Pathology of Laboratory Animals series, will contribute to improved world-wide communication among scientists, industries and governments on the safety of foods, drugs and chemicals subjected to tests in animals.
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The Integument.- General.- New Approaches and Diagnostic Techniques in Dermatopathology.- Neoplasms.- Squamous Cell Papilloma, Skin, Rat.- Squamous Cell Papilloma, Skin, Mouse.- Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Skin, Rat.- Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Skin, Mouse.- Squamous Cell Carcinoma Arising in Induced Papilloma, Skin, Mouse.- Basal Cell Carcinoma, Skin, Rat.- Basal Cell Tumor, Skin, Mouse.- Trichoepithelioma, Skin, Rat.- Melanocytic Tumors, Skin, Mouse.- Melanocytic Tumors, Skin, Hamster.- Melanocytic Tumors, Rat.- Fibroma, Dermis and Subcutis, Rat.- Fibrosarcoma, Dermis and Subcutis, Rat.- Fibroma, Dermis and Subcutis, Mouse (Especially B6C3F1 Mouse).- Fibrosarcoma, Dermis and Subcutis, Mouse.- Lipoma, Subcutis, Rat.- Liposarcoma, Subcutis, Rat.- Fibrous Histiocytoma, Malignant, Subcutis, Rat.- Mast Cell Tumor, Skin, Mouse.- Clitoral Gland Tumors, Mouse.- Hibernoma, Rat.- Nonneoplastic Lesions.- Epidermal Inclusion Cyst, Skin, Rat.- Alopecia, Rat and Mouse.- Cutaneous Sensitization, Experimental, Mouse, Hamster, Rat.- Steatitis, Subcutaneous and Generalized, Rat.- Follicular Hyperkeratosis, Induced, Rabbit Ear.- Viral Infections.- Mousepox, Skin, Mouse.- Papillomavirus Infection, Skin, Mouse.- Inherited Conditions.- Obese Mutant Mice: Obese (ob) and Diabetes (db).- The Skin of the Rhino Mouse.- Hairless Mouse, HRS/J hr/hr.- Skin of the Pupoid Fetus (pf/pf) Mutant Mouse.- Skin of the Repeated Epilation (Er/Er) Mutant Mouse.- The Tight Skin (TSK) Mouse.- Asebia, a Mutation Affecting Sebaceous Glands, Mouse.- Ichthyosis, Inherited, Skin, Mouse (ic/ic).- The Mammary Gland.- Structure and Function.- Morphology and Development of the Rat Mammary Gland.- Endocrine Influences on the Mammary Gland.- Histologic/Immunocyhemical Markers, Mammary Gland, Rat.- Neoplasms.- Classification of Neoplastic and Nonneoplastic Lesions of the Rat Mammary Gland.- Factors That Modulate Chemical Carcinogenesis in the Mammary Gland of the Female Rat.- Markers in Chemically Induced Tumors, Mammary Gland, Rat.- Adenoacanthoma, Mammary Gland, Mouse.- Mixed Adenocarcinoma, Mammary Gland, Mouse.
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