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Malignant T cell lymphoma (mycosis fungoides) in the skin of a dog


, : Malignant T cell lymphoma (mycosis fungoides) in the skin of a dog. Revista Portuguesa de Ciencias Veterinarias 91(518): 76-84

The authors describe a case of epitheliotrophic cutaneous lymphoma, diagnosed as mycosis fungoides, in a 12-year-old cocker spaniel. The clinical and laboratory procedures used in the diagnosis are described.


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