par Clercx, Cécile;Desmecht, D;Michiels, L;McEntee, Kathleen ;Hardy, nadia;Henroteaux, M
Référence Veterinary record, 143, 7, page (196-198)
Publication Publié, 1998
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : A three-year-old male golden retriever had had progressive dyspnoea, exercise intolerance, stridor, and a modified bark for five months. A mass 2 cm in diameter was present dorsal to the right side of the larynx. Histological examination revealed cross-striations in some elongated cells, consistent with a diagnosis of rhabdomyoma, a diagnosis which was confirmed by positive immunohistochemical staining for myoglobin and desmin. The mass could not be removed without total laryngectomy and a permanent tracheostomy and the dog was euthanased.