Thyroid neoplasms in the dog. A clinicopathologic study of fifty-seven cases.

@article{Brodey1968ThyroidNI,
  title={Thyroid neoplasms in the dog. A clinicopathologic study of fifty-seven cases.},
  author={Robert S. Brodey and D. F. Kelly},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={1968},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={
          406-16
        }
}
The paper summarizes the features of adenomas and carcinomas of the thyroid gland in dogs. Only the Boxer breed was significantly over-represented. No sex incidence was apparent. The average age was 10 years in 29 dogs with adenomas and 9.6 years in 28 dogs with carcinomas. Adenomas were small, grew slowly and compressed surrounding parenchyma; most were detected incidentally post mortem. Thyroidectomy for adenoma was carried out in ten dogs; uneventful survival was recorded in five of these… CONTINUE READING

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