Horse Neoplastic Diseases

Neoplastic Diseases in Horses

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*An Introduction To Horse Neoplastic Diseases

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Equine Sarcoid

Equine Sarcoid is a benign tumor of the skin of the horse that is very common, usually limiting itself to above the knee and forward of the girth.

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Incisor Tumors

This was thought to be a benign tumor (abnormal growth) of an incisor. It was extracted and shown to be a deciduous incisor that was malformed (the definition of a tumor).

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Melanoma

Melanoma in horses is usually a benign tumor of the black skin of horses that occurs in many areas of the horse’s body but doesn’t metastasize.

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Unknown Neoplastic Lesions

Equine Sarcoid is a benign tumor of the skin of the horse that is very common, usually limiting itself to above the knee and forward of the girth.

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Equine Sarcoid

Equine Sarcoid is a benign tumor of the skin of the horse that is very common, usually limiting itself to above the knee and forward of the girth.

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Incisor Tumors

This was thought to be a benign tumor (abnormal growth) of an incisor. It was extracted and shown to be a deciduous incisor that was malformed (the definition of a tumor).

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Melanoma

Melanoma in horses is usually a benign tumor of the black skin of horses that occurs in many areas of the horse’s body but doesn’t metastasize.

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Unknown Neoplastic Lesions

Equine Sarcoid is a benign tumor of the skin of the horse that is very common, usually limiting itself to above the knee and forward of the girth.

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