By William S. Monlux; Andrew W. Monlux
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Static adenocarcinoma of the uterus in the luuK of a 7-year-old cow (A340-D2973). Many gray or yellow fibrous, irregularly shaped growths (5 to 40 mm. in their greatest diameter) are scattered throughout the parenchyma of all lobes of both lungs. Xote the craterlike, stellate-scar type of lesions (arrows) characteristic of metastatic uterine carcinomas in the lung. —Metastatic adenocarcinoma of the lung in a Hereford cow (A62-127864). The primary site of the carcinoma could not be determined. —Metastatic adenocarcinoma of the lung of a 5-yearold cow (A50-D1739).
And weighing 1,264 grams has replaced the right ovary. Many large veins are visible on the surface of the tumor. The cut surface reveals a very vascular growth containing small cystic spaces and yellow areas of necrosis scattered through a characteristically lobulated grayish-yellow mass. No remnants of the affected ovary are present. The opposite ovary is normal in appearance and no métastases are present in other organs. —Higher magnification of the ovarian granulosa-cell tumor (A285-2703) shown in figure 76.
X 320. —Pheochromocytoma of the adrenal of an old cow (A382-D2989). The tumor is yellow and consists of an encapsulated, solid, encephaloid growth. It measures 10 by 7 by 5 cm. and is attached to two remnants of the adrenal. An oval encapsulated mass (arrow) measuring 2 cm. in its greatest diameter protrudes from the tumor through the wall of the posterior aorta. The luminal surface of the aortic protrusion is covered with an intact connective tissue capsule. —Cross section of a pheochromocytoma of the adrenal of an old ewe (A402-D3102).
Atlas of Meat Inspection Pathology by William S. Monlux; Andrew W. Monlux