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1 October 1989 Pleural Mesothelioma in a European Spotted Fallow Deer (Cervus dama)
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An adult, captive European spotted fallow deer (Cervus dama) was submitted for necropsy due to sudden death. Gross lesions consisted of serosanguinous fluid in the thoracic cavity with multiple, often confluent, nodules covering visceral and parietal pleura. Microscopic examination revealed tubular structures lined by cuboidal cells covering a delicate fibrous stroma. Gross and microscopic morphology was consistent with a mesothelioma.

Byerly, Wilson, and Holscheiy: Pleural Mesothelioma in a European Spotted Fallow Deer (Cervus dama)
Charles S. Byerly, Ronald B. Wilson, and Myron A. Holscheiy "Pleural Mesothelioma in a European Spotted Fallow Deer (Cervus dama)," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 25(4), (1 October 1989). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-25.4.597
Received: 16 February 1989; Published: 1 October 1989
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