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Vol. 9, Special Issue 4 (2020)

Retrospective studies on tumor conditions in dogs over a period of four years (2014-2018)

Author(s):
Senthil NR, Chakravarthi R and Vairamuthu S
Abstract:
The present work was based on retrospective study of 386 biopsies of dogs received over a period of four years (2014 to 2018) in and around Chennai at Madras Veterinary College. The sex-wise distribution of tumor cases revealed higher incidence 226 cases (58%) in females and 162 (42%) in males. Maximum number of cases were 208 cases (53.8%) in the age group of 5-10 years followed by 90 cases (23.3%) in above 10 years and 89 cases (23.1%) in 0-5 years. The incidence rate were of Mammary gland Neoplasm (25.64%) followed by Transmissible Venereal Tumour (15.8%), Lymphoma (11.39%), Adenocarcinoma (11.39%), Perianal Adenoma (6.73%), Lipoma (6.47%), Mastocytoma (5.95%), Fibrosarcoma(3.88%), Squamous cell carcinoma (2.59%), Histiocytoma (2.33%), Melanoma (1.55%), Papilloma (1.29%), Hepatocellular Carcinoma (1.03%), Transition cell carcinoma (0.77%), Mesothelioma (0.77%), Osteosarcoma (0.77%), Sebaceous Adenoma(0.25%) and Blood Cell Carcinoma (0.25%).The incidence of neoplasms was highest in Non-descript Dogs (ND) (34.97%), Labrador retriever (25.91%), Spitz (15.28%), Doberman (7.25%) and German Shepherd (GSD) (3.89%) respectively.
Pages: 224-227  |  605 Views  179 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Senthil NR, Chakravarthi R and Vairamuthu S. Retrospective studies on tumor conditions in dogs over a period of four years (2014-2018). The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(4S): 224-227.
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