A tumour of vascular origin in a horse

J. C. Wise, D. E. Crosby, A. N. Walton, A. Neef, P. L. Shearer, D. J. Woodward, B. J. Hilbert

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Abstract

Tumours of vascular origin are uncommon in horses. This report describes the surgical treatment of a large subcutaneous tumour in a Quarter Horse colt. The histopathological appearance of the mass was most consistent with a haemangioma. While these neoplasms of vascular origin are often difficult to characterise, it has been suggested that there is a continuum of types with some cases falling between the categories. Further classification of vascular tumours requires special stains and immunohistochemical techniques.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages5
JournalEquine Veterinary Education
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 26 Nov 2020

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