alexa Apocrine Secretory Adenoma in a 2.5 Year Old Male Great Dane Dog

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Apocrine Secretory Adenoma in a 2.5 Year Old Male Great Dane Dog

A 2.5-year-old, male Great Dane dog was presented to the surgery clinic of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University with a history of multiple skin swellings distributed in many regions. Macroscopy, the swellings had soft and rubbery consistency, and showed grey pink tissue pieces on cut section. Histopathology showed lobulated growth pattern, made up of many small round cells intermixed with lymphocytes. The condition was diagnosed by as apocrine secretory adenoma. Treatment was by surgical excisions of the presented cutaneous swellings.

 
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