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Canine malignant lymphoma is a progressive, fatal disease caused by the malignant clonal expansion of lymphoid cells. Although lymphoid cell neoplastic transformation is not restricted to specific anatomic compartments, lymphoma most commonly arises from organized lymphoid tissues including the bone marrow, thymus, lymph nodes, and spleen. In addition to these primary and secondary lymphoid organs, common extranodal sites include the skin, eye, CNS, testis, and bone. Lymphoma is reported to be the most common hematopoietic neoplasm in dogs, with an incidence reported to approach 0.1% in susceptible, older dogs. Despite the prevalence of malignant lymphoma, its etiology remains poorly characterized. Hypothesized etiologies include retroviral infection, environmental contamination with phenoxyacetic acid herbicides, magnetic field exposure, chromosomal abnormalities, and immune dysfunction.


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Canine Lymphoma Guide - Canine Lymphoma Treatment - Articles ...

Articles and information on canine lymphoma(Lymphosarcoma), a type of cancer affecting the lymph system of dogs.


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Discovery - Canine Lymphoma - Odie's Year with Cancer

May 29, 2000 Odie's Year with Cancer describes my dog's battle with Canine Lymphoma and the therapies used to treat it. It tells how I discovered the


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Canine Malignant Lymphoma: Introduction - The Merck Veterinary ...

Canine malignant lymphoma is a progressive, fatal disease caused by the malignant clonal expansion of lymphoid cells. Although lymphoid cell neoplastic


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Canine Lymphoma: How to recognize and treat this aggressive ...

Multicentric canine lymphoma involves the lymph nodes and the lymphatic organs. This diffuse form of lymphoma can cause enlarged, but painless lymph nodes


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Canine Lymphoma :: The College of Veterinary Medicine at The ...

Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphocytes commonly originating in the lymph nodes.


http://www.vet.ksu.edu/DEPTS/dmp/pdf/Lymphomawilkerson.pdf

Lineage differentiation of canine lymphoma/leukemi...

Antibody panel used for immunophenotyping canine lymphomas. CD molecule. Specificity henotypic classification of canine malignant lymphoma on


http://www.jaaha.org/cgi/content/abstract/36/5/395

Treatment of canine lymphoma with COPLA/LVP -- Boyce and ...

Treatment of canine lymphoma with COPLA/LVP. KL Boyce and BE Kitchell. Seventy five dogs with cytopathologically or histopathologically confirmed lymphoma


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Canine Lymphoma

Lymphoma represents a common neoplasia of dogs affecting the entire lymphatic system including the spleen, thymus and liver. The cause of canine lymphoma is


http://www.caninecancerawareness.org/html/CanineCancerLymphoma.html

Canine Cancer Lymphoma

The Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University has the following ongoing clinical trial for lymphoma: Patient Disease: Canine Lymphoma. Study Name:


http://cancer.landofpuregold.com/the-pdfs/lymphoma.pdf

Critical Advances for the Management of Canine ...

predisposing factor for developing lymphoma. In studies of canine lymphoma epidemiology; boxers, Scottish terriers, German shepherds


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Lymphoma in animals - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Canine Lymphoma: Protocols For 2004". Proceedings of the 29th World Congress of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association.


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Dog Lymphoma - College of Veterinary Medicine

Jan 27, 2009 Overview of the condition including diagnosis, treatment and prognosis. Includes photos.