Diagnostic and therapeutic management of sebaceous gland adenoma in a crossbred dog
J Jyothi, B Swathi, M Srinivas and R Srujan
A 9-year-old male crossbred dog presented to VCC, C.V.Sc, Rajendranagar with the anamnesis of multifocal wart or nodule like growths on the skin (head, pedal, interdigital region, dorsal surface of body, on the eyelid region and ventral surface of abdomen) showing cauliflower like growth and erythematous in nature. Macroscopically, a whitish nodular mass small to medium in size, moderate to firm in consistency was noticed. The wart was excised and collected and subjected to histopathological study and was diagnosed as sebaceous gland adenoma. Dog was treated with thuja oral drops, and supportive therapy. Skin lesions regressed after 28 days of treatment and complete recovery observed after 40 days.
How to cite this article:
J Jyothi, B Swathi, M Srinivas and R Srujan. Diagnostic and therapeutic management of sebaceous gland adenoma in a crossbred dog. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(8S): 19-20.