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Vol. 11, Special Issue 9 (2022)

Concomitant occurrence of cutaneous form of transmissible venereal tumour and lymphadenopathy in a mongrel dog

Author(s):
Sasikala K, Amaravathi K and Madheswaran R
Abstract:
A 3 year old male mongrel dog was brought to Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati with the history of bleeding from penis and cutaneous nodular growths all over the body since a month. On clinical examination, cauliflower like growth on the penis, swelling of the preputial region, multiple cutaneous nodular growths all over the body and enlargement of palpable lymph nodes were noticed. Fine needle aspirates from the nodules and lymph nodes and impressions from the penis revealed features of neoplastic cells. Chemotherapy was started with vincristine sulphate @ 0.025 mg/kg b.wt intravenously at weekly interval for 4 weeks along with supportive therapy. Animal recovered uneventfully following chemotherapy.
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How to cite this article:
Sasikala K, Amaravathi K and Madheswaran R. Concomitant occurrence of cutaneous form of transmissible venereal tumour and lymphadenopathy in a mongrel dog. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(9S): 30-32.

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