publication . Doctoral thesis . 2008

Canine mammary tumours: new insights into prognosis and molecular classification

Quaresma, Adelina Maria Gaspar Gama;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Country: Portugal
Tese de Doutoramento em Ciências Veterinárias Na espécie canina, os tumores mamários espontâneos representam a segunda neoplasia mais comum, sendo apenas ultrapassados pelos tumores de pele. Considerando os indivíduos do sexo feminino, os tumores de mama constituem a neoplasia espontânea mais frequente, representando os tumores malignos cerca de 50% dos casos observados. Estes factos suscitam um interesse crescente na pesquisa de factores de prognóstico credíveis na área dos tumores mamários caninos e à semelhança do que ocorre em Medicina Humana, o patologista veterinário pode assumir um papel fundamental ao fornecer não apenas um diagnóstico histológico, como ...
free text keywords: Anatomia patológica veterinária, Neoplasias mamárias, Cadela, 636.7.09(043), 616-006-091(043)
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Doctoral thesis . 2008

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