Frequency of canine and feline tumors in a defined population.

  title={Frequency of canine and feline tumors in a defined population.},
  author={D W Macvean and A W Monlux and P. S. Anderson and Steen Silberg and J F Roszel},
  journal={Veterinary pathology},
  volume={15 6},
The Tulsa Registry of Canine and Feline Neoplasms was the second animal tumor registry in the United States concerned with a defined population in a delimited geographic area. Only tumors histologically confirmed by registry pathologists were included in frequency statistics based on the annual dog and cat population presented to veterinarians. During the first registry year, about 1% of the 63,504 dogs and 0.5% of the 11,909 cats had one or more primary tumors. While the incidence rate for… CONTINUE READING


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