Skin neoplasms of dogs in Sydney.

  title={Skin neoplasms of dogs in Sydney.},
  author={Terry L W Rothwell and Cameron Rolfe Howlett and Dr. June Middleton and Dr. Amanda Griffiths and Brian Duff},
  journal={Australian veterinary journal},
  volume={64 6},
In a survey of dogs in Sydney, mastocytomas (16.1%) and histiocytomas (14.0%) were the most common in a total of 1,000 skin neoplasms. The basal cell and appendage group provided 25.5% of the neoplasms. The prevalence of the various neoplasms, the age of affected dogs, the proportion in the sexes, the common sites of occurrence and prevalence in the different breeds were broadly similar to findings in surveys in other countries, except that in the Syndeny dogs there was a greater prevalence of… CONTINUE READING

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