Study on incidence, histopathological features and surgical management of neoplasms in canine

Gupta, Neelu and Tiwari, S. K. (2009) Study on incidence, histopathological features and surgical management of neoplasms in canine. Veterinary World, 2 (10). pp. 392-395. ISSN 0972-8988

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Abstract

Histopathological examination of 118 cases of spontaneously occurring canine neoplasms was conducted in the study and 109 (91.52%) were diagnosed to be neoplasm. Out of 109 tumours , histopathologically were benign tumour 52 (47.70%) and 57 ( 52.29%) were malignant neoplasm The benign tumours diagnosed were fibroma (22.01%), Leiomyoma (3.84%), Lipoma (2.88%), Papilloma (7.33%), Adenoma (9.17%) and Fibroadenoma (2.75%) where as the malignant tumours encountered were Squemous cell carcinoma (11.52%), Basal Cell Carcinoma (5.50%), Mixed Tumour(0.96%), Rhabdolymphosarcoma (2.88%), Veneral Granuloma (13.76%), Lymphosarcoma (5.76%), Fibrosarcoma (9.60%) and Adenocarinoma (3.67%). The tumours were recorded ranging in age group from 6 month to 12 years of age. The percentage of malignant tumour(52.29%) was higher than benign tumour (47.71%).

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Neoplasm, Canine, Incidence, Histopathology, Surgical Management, Papilloma, Adenoma, Squemous Cell Carcinoma, Basal Cell Carcinoma, Mixed Tumour, Rhabdolymphosarcoma, Veneral Granuloma, Lymphosarcoma, Fibrosarcoma, Adenocarinoma
Subjects:-Journal Repositories > Veterinary World
Animal Diseases > Dog Diseases
Neoplasms > Neoplasms by Histologic Type > Neoplasms, Connective and Soft Tissue
Investigative Techniques > Epidemiologic Methods > Data Collection > Vital Statistics > Morbidity > Incidence
Neoplasms > Neoplasms, Second Primary
Health Occupations > Medicine > Specialties, Surgical > Surgery
ID Code:3367
Deposited By:Dr Anjum Sherasiya
Deposited On:20 November 2009

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