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Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common ocular neoplasm and the second most common tumor overall in horses. 1 Common sites of predilection for SCC in horses include the squamous epithelium of the head, eye, ocular adnexa, and genitalia. The

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Squamous cell carcinomas are the most common tumors of the eyes and adnexa of horses and commonly affect the eyelids, third eyelid (nictitating membrane), conjunctiva, and limbus. 1,2 Breeds most frequently affected by SCC include Appaloosa

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, 2 tumor-induced angiogenesis, 3 and tumor metastasis 4 in human cancers. In fact, it is overexpressed in a diverse group of spontaneously occurring human tumors, including colorectal adenoma and adenocarcinoma, 2,5,6 squamous cell carcinoma, 7

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diseases (corneal or limbal squamous cell carcinoma, 3; primary glaucoma, 3; primary cataract, 1; immune-mediated keratitis, 1; uveal melanoma, 1) were included in this group. Sample collection and processing— For evaluation for the presence of bacterial

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