Equine maxillary facial tumor
1 Mar In horses, osteosarcoma is a rare tumor, with the majority of reported Keywords Equine, facial, mandible, maxilla, neoplasia, osteosarcoma.
Equine nasal and paranasal sinus tumours: part 2: a contribution of 28 case reports.
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22 Jun In horses, paranasal sinus tumours are rare but well described. The infected maxillary sinofacial fistula was surgically debrided, left open and.
Description:Fibroplastic sarcoids Usually along the groin, lower legs, and eyelid 3. Verrucous sarcoids Can occur anywhere along face, body, and groin area 4. Occult or flat sarcoids Flat, circular thickened areas May also appear as small nodules 2 — 5 mm in diameter Usually found on the neck, mouth, eyes, and inside of the thighs and upper forelegs 5. Malevolent sarcoids Appear as multiple nodules Are locally invasive and occasionally infiltrate the local lymphatic system, appearing like cords under the skin 6. Mixed sarcoids Lesions appear as a mix of the ones mentioned above. This type is more typical of a sarcoid that has been on the horse for a long time, or has experienced some sort of trauma.