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Dog Soft Tissue Sarcomas

Soft tissue sarcomas form in specific areas of a dog’s body. They form in connective tissue such as fat, blood vessels, lymph vessels, smooth mussels and skeletal muscles. The areas that are most frequently affected are the skin and just below the surface. They can be benign or malignant. Each area of the dog’s body that is affected has a different type of tumor. Those in fatty tissue are , in the fibrous tissue they are fibrosarcoma and so on…

Cutaneous Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs

…grade and stage, and the symptoms your dog is exhibiting will provide the clearest picture of the severity of the cancer, the best treatment plan, and the prognosis. Mast cells are large tissue cells that are found throughout the body in connective tissues; but are found in the largest numbers below the skin and mucous membranes lining the digestive and respiratory tracts. Mast cells are essential for normal local immune response to allergens;…

Cat Soft Tissue Sarcomas

Soft tissue sarcomas form in specific areas of a cat’s body. They form in connective tissue such as fat, blood vessels, lymph vessels, smooth mussels and skeletal muscles. The areas that are most frequently affected are the cat’s skin and just below the surface of the skin as well. They can be benign or malignant. Each area of the cat’s body that is affected has a different type of tumor. Those in fatty tissue are , in the fibrous tissue they are…

Cat Synovial Cell Sarcoma

…for synovial cell sarcoma is amputation of the cat’s limb. There have been some studies on humans that indicate some benefit of chemotherapy treatment for synovial cell sarcoma, but none in pets. These locally aggressive tumors do have the ability to metastasize to other organs. Cats with the tumors will have some metastasis in almost one third of the cases and over half at the time of death. Sarcoma of the soft tissues are prone to metastasis…

Dog Synovial Cell Sarcoma

…treatment for synovial cell sarcoma is amputation of the dog’s limb. There have been some studies on humans that indicate some benefit of on synovial cell sarcoma, but none in dogs. These locally aggressive tumors do have the ability to metastasize to other organs. Dogs with the tumors will have some metastasis in almost one third of the cases and over half at the time of death. Sarcoma of the soft tissues are prone to metastasis and survival…

Dog Histiocytic Sarcoma

Histiocytic sarcomas are cancerous tumors of the soft tissue. These tumors originate from cells in the immune system called dendritic and macrophage cells. There are two different types of sarcomas which are determined by the biological behavior and the clinical findings. These are disseminated (all over the body) and localized.Signs and Symptoms This type of tumor will manifest itself in different ways depending on the where they are. The…

Cat Histiocytic Sarcoma

Histiocytic sarcomas are cancerous tumors of the soft tissue. These tumors originate from cells in the immune system called dendritic and macrophage cells. There are two different types of sarcomas which are determined by the biological behavior and the clinical findings. These are disseminated (all over the body) and localized.Signs and Symptoms This type of tumor will manifest itself in different ways depending on the where they are. The…

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