SIMPLE cytological techniques, as discussed in the previous two issues (July/August 1998, pages 370-377; September 1998, pages 429-437), can be used to determine the pathological processes that cause effusions in animals. This article describes the collection, handling and laboratory examination of pleural and peritoneal effusions in the dog and cat.
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