Aims and methods of Pathological Anatomy Veterinary. Classification of injury, organ or organ system related to the etiology. Diseases specific species and pathognomotic patterns. Differences between animal species. Sampling , biopsy and cytology for laboratory investigations. Etiopathogenesis, diagnostic significance and evolutionary phases-orientation in the forms of reversible and irreversible disease. Recognition of lesions applied the inspection of food of animal origin. Desease of skin, gastrointestinal , respiratory, circulatory and lymphatic system.
-Cytology: sampling techniques; notes on normal cytology; appearance of acute inflammatory lesions, chronic and granulomatous; cytological appearance of tumors; cytology of solid masses and intracavitary fluid collections.
-Pathological histology: fundamental pathological processes: cellular response to injury, acute inflammation, chronic inflammation, granulomatous inflammation, degenerative and neoplastic processes. Pathological processes of the respiratory, digestive, lymphatic, cardiovascular, urinary, nervous system, skin and subcutaneous tissue, bones, joints and muscles.