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Malignant pancreatic gastrinoma in a maned wolf ( Chrysocyon brachyurus ) : case report

@inproceedings{F2018MalignantPG,
  title={Malignant pancreatic gastrinoma in a maned wolf ( Chrysocyon brachyurus ) : case report},
  author={T. F. and D. N. and H. P. and A. T. and T. A. and R. L.},
  year={2018}
}
  • F. T., N. D., +3 authors L. R.
  • Published 2018
  • A captive 12-year-old female maned wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus), previously diagnosed with visceral leishmaniasis, developed severe myiasis in the right ear, followed by prostration and death. A firm solid nodule, measuring 1 x 3cm, was grossly observed in the pancreas. Histologically, there was neoplastic proliferation in the pancreas and pancreatic lymph node. Neoplastic cells had a neuroendocrine pattern, and were positive for gastrin and pancreatic polypeptide by immunohistochemistry. The… CONTINUE READING

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