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In : 55 th Annual Meeting of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists ( ACVP ) & 39 th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Pathology ( ASVCP ) , ACVP and ASVCP

@inproceedings{Garner2004In5,
  title={In : 55 th Annual Meeting of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists ( ACVP ) \& 39 th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Pathology ( ASVCP ) , ACVP and ASVCP},
  author={Michael M. Garner},
  year={2004}
}
Introduction Neoplasia is commonly encountered in captive reptiles [1]. The prevalence of neoplasia is probably highest in snakes, followed by lizards, chelonians and crocodilians. This article draws on recently published observations of neoplasia in reptiles submitted as biopsy or necropsy specimens to a private exotic species pathology service (Northwest ZooPath, Monroe, WA.) [1]. In snakes, neoplasia appears to be most common in aged colubrids, followed by crotalids, vipers, and boids. For… 

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Reptile neoplasia: a retrospective study of case submissions to a specialty diagnostic service.
TLDR
As in previous publications, neoplasia is most common in snakes, followed by lizards, chelonians, and crocodilians, while several interesting trends were documented in this study.