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Title: Canine cutaneous tumors in Sriracha district, Chonburi province, Thailand
Other Titles: a retrospective analysis of relative frequency and risk factors
Authors: Suchawan Pornsukarom
Pansawut Sudjaidee
Keywords: canine
cutaneous tumor
histopathology
Chonburi
Thailand
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University
Citation: Veterinary Integrative Sciences (Vet Integr Sci) 18, 3 (Sep-Dec 2020), 205-215
Abstract: A retrospective epidemiological study was conducted to identify a relative frequency of canine cutaneous tumors during January 2018 - December 2019 across Sriracha district, Chonburi province, Thailand and demonstrated the associations between age, sex, neuter status, breed types, anatomical locations, and weight with skin tumors diagnosis. A total of 94 canine biopsy specimens according to 87 dogs were submitted for histopathological classification. The highest relative frequencies in this study were mast cell tumors (19.1%), followed by melanoma (8.5%), lipoma (7.4%), and histiocytoma (6.4%). The most frequent locations of tumor were found on limbs (24.4%), head (23.5%), trunk and flank (18.3%), and perineum (13.9%). A single type of cutaneous tumor was more regularly found on dogs than multiple types of tumor. The risk of developing cutaneous tumors increased significantly in the large-breed dogs (greater than 20 kg in weight) compared to medium- and small-breed dogs. Male dogs had 5.28 times of the odds having tumors compared to female dogs with 0.002 of P-value. Moreover, the occurrence of skin tumors is more common in elderly dogs. Our findings serve as a useful baseline information for regional veterinarians to establish a preliminary diagnosis of canine cutaneous tumors.
Description: “Veterinary Integrative Sciences” is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. The primary aim of the journal is to facilitate and oversee the publication of a wide-range of high quality academic articles with an overall integration of the various areas of animal and veterinary sciences
URI: https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/vis/article/view/242788
http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/jspui/handle/6653943832/71165
ISSN: 2629-9968
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