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Cat Lymphoma Cancer

Cat lymphoma cancer is a cancer of the white blood cells of a feline animal. In the past, it was associated with (FeLV). Although FeLV cases are on the decrease nowadays, the chances of contracting feline lymphoma remain high for cats that are infected with FeLV.Presentations of Cat Lymphoma Cancer Feline lymphoma affects different body organs and therefore presents in different ways. A common characteristic in all forms is the proliferation of…

Dog Lymphoma Cancer

… and lymphosarcoma. The location of the cancer will determine the symptomatic manifestations of the disease. Lymph node tumors may simply result in swelling, whilst intestinal forms can cause a lack of appetite, and vomiting which results in a loss of weight. If the lymphoma is on the skin, you will notice lumps on the dog’s skin or possibly inside their mouth.Diagnosis The diagnosis of lymphoma is accomplished by various tests. These include…

Dog Cancer

…that occurs in canines is orophayngeal cancer, a type of mouth cancer. Weight loss and loss of appetite frequently occur in a case of this type of canine cancer, which most often affects dogs between the ages of seven and eleven years. Dogs suffering from orophayngeal cancer also often experience difficulty with chewing and swallowing. In addition, some dogs exhibit blood in their saliva. Lymphoma is another type of this disease that often…

Cat Cancer

…of cancer. For instance, cats with a chronic disease like Feline Leukemia Virus are more likely to develop lymphomas and some other cancers. Also, cats with white on their nose and ears tend to be more susceptible to squamous cell carcinoma, a type of skin cancer. Furthermore, carcinogens such as toxic chemicals, radiation, and viruses, also play a role in causing cancer. Since so many different factors and influences can give rise to cancer,

Cat Cancer Lumps

…before making a decision. The bump needs to be evaluated. Your vet can examine the lump and do the necessary tests to determine if it is a malignant tumor.Types of Cancer Lumps There are several different types of cancer lumps that may appear on your cat.Lymphomas Lymphomas can appear under the skin in the lymph nodes, in the liver, spleen and other organs, and can lead to . The internal lumps are felt upon examination by your vet. Those…

Dog Colon Cancer

…physical appearance is a cause for investigation. Dog symptoms can vary drastically with colon cancer.Signs and Symptoms There are two types of colon cancer that are experienced by dogs. One is adenocarcinoma and the other is lymphoma. The adenocarcinoma affects the anal glands of your dog. The lymphoma affects the lymphoid tissues in the intestines, which leads to . Your dog will develop and . This will cause a and significant . Your dog can…

Dog Cancer Lumps

…veterinarian before making a decision. The bump needs to be evaluated. Your vet can examine the lump and do the necessary tests to determine if it is a malignant tumor.Types of Cancer Lumps There are several different types of cancer lumps that may appear on your dog. Lymphomas can appear under the skin in the lymph nodes, in the liver, spleen and other organs and can lead to . The internal lumps are felt upon examination by your vet. Those that…

Dog Gastric Cancer

…body as a result of the chemical imbalance. • Lymphomas - Lymphomas start in when the bodys lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell, form tumors. The lymphomas can occur in the gastrointestinal tract. That said, lymphomas are not that common and even when they occur will almost exclusively be found in dogs that are eight years old and above.Signs and Symptoms The symptoms of canine gastric cancer include , that is usually mixed with blood, …

Cat Gastric Cancer

…a result of the chemical imbalance. • Lymphomas - Lymphomas start in when the bodys lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell, form tumors as in the case of . The lymphomas can occur in the gastrointestinal tract. That said, lymphomas are not that common and even when they occur will almost exclusively be found in cats that are eight years old and above.Signs and Symptoms The symptoms of feline gastric cancer include mixed with blood, because of…

Cat Intestinal Tumors

In cats, lymphoma is classified based on which body part seems to be most affected by the tumor. The most common form of lymphoma in cats is now intestinal. However, this was not always the case. Years ago, before the use of the Feline Leukemia Virus vaccine, the most common site of tumors in cats was in the chest cavity. The primary cause of these tumors was the . Thankfully, this nasty virus has now become less common due to effective…

Dog Intestinal Tumors

According to reports, as stated by the National Canine Cancer Foundation, only about 10 percent of all dogs are found to have intestinal tumors. Here is the breakdown of the different kinds of intestinal tumors that dogs have: lymphoma is estimated at 29 percent, leimyosarcoma at 23 percent, adenocarcinoma at 17 percent and small intestinal tumors estimated at just over 1 percent. Some other kinds of intestinal tumors in canines that can affect…

Helicobacter Infection

…and cancer in humans but may or may not cause disease in cats and dogs. While it has been shown that helicobacter can live in the stomachs of cats and dogs it has been a controversial issue as to whether it indicates disease. In fact, helicobacter is often found in the stomachs of healthy dogs. Still, helicobacter has recently been identified as a carcinogen as it is related to the development of cancers such as adenocarcinoma and lymphoma.

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