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Related to canine transmissible venereal tumor (TVT): Sticker's sarcoma

venereal

 [vĕ-nēr´e-al]
pertaining to, related to, or transmitted by sexual contact.

ve·ne·re·al

(ve-nē'rē-ăl),
Relating to or resulting from sexual intercourse.
[L. Venus (vener-), goddess of love]

venereal

/ve·ne·re·al/ (vĕ-nēr´e-al) due to or propagated by sexual intercourse.

venereal

(və-nîr′ē-əl)
adj.
1.
a. Transmitted by sexual intercourse.
b. Of or relating to a sexually transmitted disease.
2. Of or relating to sexual intercourse.
3. Of or relating to the genitals.

venereal

[vənir′ē·əl]
Etymology: L, Venus, goddess of love
pertaining to or caused by sexual intercourse or genital contact.

venereal

adjective Referring to sexual contact, after Venus, Roman goddess of love. See Sexually-transmitted disease.

ve·ne·re·al

(vĕ-nēr'ē-ăl)
Relating to or resulting from sexual intercourse.
[L. Venus (vener-), goddess of love]

venereal

Pertaining to love. The term is seldom, if ever, used in its strict sense and has come to be indissolubly associated with disease spread during coitus. Today, however, even in this context the word has a very old-fashioned, even archaic, ring and has been almost universally replaced by the less emotive ‘sexually-transmitted’. From the Latin Venus , the Roman goddess of love.

venereal

due to or propagated by sexual intercourse. In human medicine now called sexually transmitted disease (STD).

venereal balanoposthitis and vulvitis
of sheep, see ulcerative dermatosis.
canine transmissible venereal tumor (TVT)
occurs mainly on the genitalia, but sometimes other cutaneous sites, of dogs and bitches. The tumor, which is most common in certain geographic areas, especially where dogs roam freely, is transmitted by coitus and may regress spontaneously. The tumor cells contain only 59 chromosomes, compared with the normal complement of 78 in dogs. Called by a variety of names including Sticker's tumor or sarcoma, contagious venereal tumor, venereal granuloma, transmissible lymphosarcoma, transmissible reticulum cell tumor, and infectious sarcoma.
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Canine transmissible venereal tumor on the penis. By permission from Kummel BA, Color Atlas of Small Animal Dermatology, Mosby, 1989
venereal disease
a contagious disease usually acquired by sexual intercourse or other genital contact. See also ulcerative dermatosis.
venereal epididymitis and vaginitis
of cattle, see epivag.
venereal spirochetosis
see spirochetosis (2).
venereal vulvitis/balanitis
of horses, see equine coital exanthema.

Patient discussion about venereal

Q. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES how many types are there?

A. Gonorrhea, syphillis, Hepatitis B, Human Papilloma Virus, HIV, urethritis..
The rest of the list, I think lixurion had already shared you the link, just read on that link..

Q. Is hepatitis a sexually transmitted disease? I mean hepatitis B and C mainly…

A. yes, hepatitis B is an STD, while hepatitis C is less likely caused by sexual transmitted disease.
hepatitis C usually transmitted through drugs usage and blood transfusion

Q. Are cold sores contagious? My boyfriend has cold sores on his mouth. Can I catch it from him? If so, how can I prevent catching it?

A. Cold sores contain the HSV-1 virus, which is the herpes simplex virus . While your boyfriend has cold sores, he should wash his hands often, especially after touching his face. He shouldn't share cups and eating utensils with others since he is very contagious. You should not kiss him or touch the cold sores either, in order not to be infected.

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