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Papillary ductal adenocarcinoma in the mammary glands of two horses

, : Papillary ductal adenocarcinoma in the mammary glands of two horses. Veterinary Record 138(21): 518-519

Mammary gland neoplasms in horses are uncommon and may be confused with mastitis. Masses from the mammary glands of 2 horses with chronic discharges were examined by cytology and histopathology. Both masses were diagnosed as papillary ductal adenocarcinomas with extensive intraductal and intralobular involvement and only focal infiltration of the adjacent stroma.

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Accession: 002914904

PMID: 8761975

DOI: 10.1136/vr.138.21.518

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