We describe a diffuse, multicentric, large B-cell lymphoma in a wild boar (Sus scrofa) involving the abdomen, head, and nose and invading the frontal leptomeninges. The tumor was predominantly composed of dense, basophilic, round-to-polygonal cells. Immunohistochemistry for CD79 and Ki-67 was positive in all masses.
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