Resena, anamnesis, examen clinico, procedimientos diagnosticos y tratamiento con sulfato de vinicristina de 11 caninos con tumor venereo transmisible extragenital
Caso Sexo Edad Historia y signos Hemograma (anos) 1 H 6.
2003), a large number of external factors can affect the development of NTDs: ethnic and geographical, demographic and reproductive features of population, social factors, medication intake, presence of mother's extragenital
pathology, peculiarities of the diet, etc.
Based on cytological findings, extragenital
nasal TVT was diagnosed.
LSA is most commonly located on the neck, upper arms, and flexor surfaces of the wrist;  however, generalized LSA has not been commonly reported in the literature.
Superficial angiomyxoma, also known as cutaneous myxoma, is more commonly located in extragenital
sites, such as the head and neck, but may involve the vulvovaginal region.
Use of folacin in patients with habitual miscarriage and extragenital
abnormality in the presence of hyperhomocysteinemia," Russian bulletin of obstetriciangynecologist [Rossiiskiy vestnik akushera-ginekologa], in Russian, No.
Las variables en estudio fueron la raza (pura y cruzada), edad (<1, 1-5, >5-9, >9 anos), sexo, localizacion del tumor (genital, primaria extragenital
, mixta) y lugar de procedencia del animal (Lima Norte, Lima Sur, Lima Este, Lima Moderna, Lima Antigua, Provincia Constitucional del Callao).
Alterations of basement membrane zone and cutaneous microvasculature in morphea and extragenital
Single agent therapy with Vincristine is most effective, safe and convenient chemotherapeutic agent resulting in cure even in transmissible venereal tumors (TVT) patients with extragenital
metastasis (Singh et al.
Accordingly, it was noted, that mother's extragenital
pathology and complicated course of pregnancy can disrupt functioning of the interferon system (Neceevskaya, 2000).
Se trabajo con muestras de tejido parafinado de 30 caninos de varias edades, razas y sexos, afectados con el Tumor Venereo Transmisible (TVT), tanto en la zona genital como extragenital
The younger age and numerical preponderance of men (17:10) may simply reflect reluctance on the part of pathologists to accept (and consequently report) a primary extragenital
choriocarcinoma in women of childbearing years.