OH HEY. COME ON IN. GRAB A KETTLEBELL. GET LOOSE.
CLASS DOESN’T START FOR ANOTHER 20 MINUTES BUT I LIKE TO GET HERE EARLY AND JUST KIND OF TONE MY CORE, YOU KNOW? GOT TO HIT THAT CORE. IT’S LIKE THEY SAY: “STRONG CORE, STRONG … OTHER STUFF.”
I’M PARAPHRASING, OBVIOUSLY, BUT YOU GET WHAT I MEAN.
Fine-needle aspirate of aqueous humor from a geriatric dog with an intraocular mass. There are many black-grey melanin pigment granules free in the background and surrounding bright purple round nuclei from lysed cells. Normal aqueous humor is typically acellular, but may have a few melanin granules or melanin-pigmented cells. Instead, in this aspirate, the melanin was abundant, as were lysed melanocytes. Ocular melanoma was confirmed histopathologically.