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Spontaneous regression of bovine cutaneous leukosis

Spontaneous regression of bovine cutaneous leukosis

Veterinary Pathology 26(2): 136-143

Biopsies of skin from a 2-year-old heifer with spontaneously regressing dermal leukosis were examined. The heifer was not infected with bovine leukosis virus and was negative for tumour-associated antigens of enzootic bovine lymphosarcoma. By haematological standards for bovine leukaemia, the heifer was positive at about 60 days post-occurrence of the disease (POD).

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PMID: 2785314

DOI: 10.1177/030098588902600206

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