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SCC site prediliction dogs,cats skin
SCC site prediliction cattle eye,vulva
SCC site prediliction horse eyelid and penis
SCC site prediliction alimentary tract dogs gingiva,tonsils
SCC site prediliction alimentary tract cats gingiva,tongue
SCC site prediliction alimentary tract horses and pig non glandular part of stomach
Dog SCC forms Cutaneous Head, neck, shoulder, ventral abdomen and perineum Usually seen in older dogs
Dog SCC forms Subungual Nail bed epithelium
SCC forms cats 9-25% skin tumors,Pinnae, frontal ridges or eye with white skin
SCC forms in Cats Associated with Papilloma virus
Mostly solitary,Irregular, raised dermal masses with ulcerated surface,Locally invasive Slow to metastisize Pathology of SCC
Benign neoplasm of stratified epithelium Papilloma origin
NOT REPORTED in Cats Incidence of papilloma
Common in Horse,Dog,Cattle,Teat and udder ofGoats Incidence of papilloma
Rare in Sheep and pigs Incidence of papilloma
Created by: alljacks