Written by our clinical teams, these fact sheets have been created to give an insight into best practice for sampling and how to understand your results.
There are a plethora of additional tests available to aid further prognostication of canine cutaneous mast cell tumours (MCTs).
This fact sheet is intended to give you information regarding ancillary testing on canine lymphoma cases.
This fact sheet provides information for the submission of splenic samples for histological examination.
A fact sheet detailing the laboratory diagnosis of encephalitozoonosis in pet rabbits.
In recent years the significance of companion animal infections with mycobacteria has become
This fact sheet briefly outlines the requirements regarding the use of fixatives and the requirements for sample submission.
A guide to performing post mortem examinations in small animal practice and how to collect the best quality samples.
This fact sheet discusses techniques and approaches to submitting samples that don’t easily fit into a traditional-sized pot of formalin.
This fact sheet discusses the range of testing options available for the diagnosis of feline infectious peritonitis.
This fact sheet briefly outlines the submission of endometrial biopsies and their histopathological examination.
This fact sheet briefly outlines the submission of muscle biopsies and their histopathological examination by the laboratory.