Pathobiology of Hemangiosarcoma in Dogs: Research Advances and Future Perspectives

@inproceedings{Kim2015PathobiologyOH,
  title={Pathobiology of Hemangiosarcoma in Dogs: Research Advances and Future Perspectives},
  author={Jong-Hyuk Kim and Ashley J. Graef and E B Dickerson and Jaime F Modiano},
  booktitle={Veterinary sciences},
  year={2015}
}
Hemangiosarcoma (HSA) is an aggressive and common cancer in dogs. While cutaneous masses are often treatable by tumor excision, visceral tumors are almost always incurable. Treatment advances for this disease have been limited due to a poor understanding of the overall tumor biology. Based upon its histological appearance, HSA has been presumed to originate from transformed endothelial cells; however, accumulating data now suggest a pluripotent bone marrow progenitor as the cell of origin for… CONTINUE READING