Immunohistochemical characterization and evaluation of prognostic factors in canine oral melanomas with osteocartilaginous differentiation.

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Melanomas are the most common malignant oral neoplasm in dogs. Osteocartilaginous differentiation in oral melanomas is a rare feature described both in veterinary and human medicine. Here, 10 cases of this type of neoplasm were used to study their immunohistochemical, biological, and clinical characteristics. Reactivity for S100 and melan A antigen was… (More)

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@article{Sanchez2007ImmunohistochemicalCA, title={Immunohistochemical characterization and evaluation of prognostic factors in canine oral melanomas with osteocartilaginous differentiation.}, author={J. Sanchez and G. A. Ramirez and Antonio J Buend{\'i}a and Miguel Vilafranca and Claudio Mart{\'i}nez and Jacqueline Altimira and J. A. Navarro}, journal={Veterinary pathology}, year={2007}, volume={44 5}, pages={676-82} }