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Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common feline oral malignancy. 1 It arises from the mucosal epithelial cells in the oral cavity and can invade nearby bone. 2 Although regional lymph node involvement and distant metastasis are relatively rare

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. The degree of atypia among the neoplastic cells was indicative of squamous cell carcinoma. Owing to the parrot's poor long-term prognosis and the difficulty with resection of the mass because of its location, the owners elected euthanasia and

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Squamous cell carcinoma is the most common epithelial neoplasm of the skin and oral cavity of cats. Treatment depends on the anatomic location and the inciting cause. Squamous cell carcinomas in cats can be categorized into 3 forms: oral, UV

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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 carcinoma is the most common tumor of the eye and adnexal structures and the urogenital system in horses. 1–3 As the population of geriatric horses increases as a result of improved management and health care, the incidence of

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Oral tumors comprise 3% to 10% of all neoplasms reported for cats. 1,2 Squamous cell carcinoma occurs commonly and has been reported to account for 61.2% to 76.2% of oral tumors affecting cats. 2–4 , a Proposed risk factors include the use of

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contain cores of compressed keratin. Squamous cell carcinoma is locally invasive and rarely metastasizes. Common sites of tumor development include the skin, uropygial gland, and upper gastrointestinal tract, including the oral cavity. The disease is

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-(4-sulfophenyl)-2H-tetrazolium RNAi RNA interference RT Reverse transcription SCC Squamous cell carcinoma siRNA Small interfering RNA TBS-T Tris buffered saline (0.9% NaCl) solution with 0.1% Tween-20 Footnotes a. Provided by Dr. Tom Rosol

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Oral squamous cell carcinoma is an invasive epithelial neoplasm that was first described in dogs over 50 years ago, and diagnostic and treatment options for affected dogs continue to evolve. 1–3 Oral squamous cell carcinoma is the second most

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neoplasia at the Philadelphia Zoological Garden, 1901–2002 . J Zoo Wildl Med 2006 ; 37 : 11 – 19 . 10.1638/04-112.1 11. Abou-Madi N Kern TJ . Squamous cell carcinoma associated with a periorbital mass in a veiled chameleon ( Chamaeleo

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