Considerations about ocular neoplasia of dogs and cats

@inproceedings{Conceio2010ConsiderationsAO,
  title={Considerations about ocular neoplasia of dogs and cats},
  author={Luciano Fernandes da Conceiç{\~a}o and Alexandre Pinto Ribeiro and Dunia Yisela Trujillo Piso and Jos{\'e} Luiz Laus},
  year={2010}
}
Primary neoplasms Eyelid Eyelid tumors are commonly found in dogs, and are presented as raised cutaneous masses that may have originated from epithelial, mesenchymal or melanogenic cells (WILLIS & WILKIE, 2001). Ocular papillomas are usually encountered in young dogs, and its etiology may be related to papillomavirus infection (MILLER & DUBIELZIG, 2005). Generally, they have a wart-like appearance, are well-circumscribed, superficial, and do not infiltrate deeply into the surrounding tissues… CONTINUE READING

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