Corpus ID: 20447275

Extraskeletal osteoma in a canary (Serinus canaria)

  title={Extraskeletal osteoma in a canary (Serinus canaria)},
  author={M. Javdani and M. Hashemnia and Z. Nikousefat and M. Ghasemi},
  journal={Veterinary Research Forum},
  pages={265 - 268}
Osteoma is an uncommon bone tumor in avian species and other animals. A 2-year-old male canary (Serinus canaria) with a history of an oval mass in the left wing for several months was examined. Radiographs showed a radio-opaque mass. Upon the bird’s owner request, the canary was euthanatized and submitted for necropsy. The histopathologic examination revealed numerous trabeculae consisting of both woven and lamellar bone covered by one to several rows of normal osteoblasts. The trabeculae were… Expand
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