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size with a roughened appearance; on cut section the bulla was completely filled by a cream-colored material of a granular to creamy consistency. Histopathology was consistent with right middle ear squamous cell carcinoma and severe tympanic bone

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Introduction A 12-year-old 5.66-kg male green iguana ( Iguana iguana ) was referred with a history of left hind limb monoparesis and recurrent squamous cell carcinoma of the right hind limb femoral pores. A right hind limb mass had been first

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nerve III (oculomotor nerve). Etiologic diagnosis —Differential diagnoses considered for a lesion causing signs of peripheral cranial neuropathy in a dog included several neoplasms (ie, squamous cell carcinoma [SCC], adenocarcinoma, lymphoma, and

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mixed tumor type comprised of adenomatous and squamous cells. Primary pulmonary adenocarcinomas most commonly metastasize to the lungs or the hilar lymph nodes. 4 Squamous cell carcinomas are typically more aggressive than adenocarcinomas, and have a

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basis of the MRI findings, the differential diagnoses for the infiltrative mass lesion include neoplasia (eg, squamous cell carcinoma or lymphoma), nasopharyngeal granuloma, or, less likely, a polyp. The diagnostic interpretation for the abnormal

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cell carcinoma, undifferentiated carcinoma, or craniopharyngioma. 1 The diagnostic plan included MRI of the entire head (to further evaluate the previously diagnosed nasopharyngeal mass and assess pathological changes to or around the optic nerves

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, subungual squamous cell carcinoma of digit III of the left fore-limb, and mild membranous glomerulonephritis. Comments Although the mass in the case described in the present report was a pituitary macroadenoma, its MRI appearance was unusual. On

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