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Vaginal fibrosarcoma in a cow.

Musal B, Ulutas P, Aydogan A - Ir Vet J (2007)

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Affiliation: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Adnan Menderes University, Isikli - Aydin, Turkey Corresponding author: B, Musal, Tel: +90 256 247 0700. bmusal@adu.edu.tr.

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Vaginal fibrosarcomas are unusual mesenchymal tumours in cows... This report describes the clinical investigation, gross and histopathological findings, surgical treatment and postoperative course of a vaginal fibrosarcoma in a cow... They are usually pedunculated and can be removed surgically... Although they do not cause infertility, they may be associated with dystocia... Besides fibropapillomas, cases of squamous cell carcinoma, leiomyoma, fibroma, haemangioma, leiomyosarcoma and melanoma have also been reported in the vagina and vulva of cows... According to these histopathological findings, the tumour was diagnosed as a fibrosarcoma... In contrast to a fibropapilloma, the tumour did not consist of proliferating fibrous tissue with an epithelial covering of variable thickness... The cow was examined two weeks after the operation, and excellent wound healing was observed with no evidence of postoperative infection... A further examination was performed following a six-month period, no evidence of regrowth of any tumoral tissue could be found and the general condition of the cow was normal... This suggests that a favourable prognosis may be expected following proper extirpation of pedunculated tumoral masses in cows.

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Nodular appearance of the tumoral mass.
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Figure 1: Nodular appearance of the tumoral mass.

Mentions: An eight-year-old Holstein Freisian cow was admitted for the evaluation of a pedunculated vaginal mass that was attached to the right lateral vaginal wall and partially protruded from the vagina (Figure 1). The mass had a wet surface with a mucoid, sanguinous discharge. Appetite was normal and the general physical examination revealed no other abnormalities.


Vaginal fibrosarcoma in a cow.

Musal B, Ulutas P, Aydogan A - Ir Vet J (2007)

Nodular appearance of the tumoral mass.
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Figure 1: Nodular appearance of the tumoral mass.
Mentions: An eight-year-old Holstein Freisian cow was admitted for the evaluation of a pedunculated vaginal mass that was attached to the right lateral vaginal wall and partially protruded from the vagina (Figure 1). The mass had a wet surface with a mucoid, sanguinous discharge. Appetite was normal and the general physical examination revealed no other abnormalities.

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Affiliation: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Adnan Menderes University, Isikli - Aydin, Turkey Corresponding author: B, Musal, Tel: +90 256 247 0700. bmusal@adu.edu.tr.

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Vaginal fibrosarcomas are unusual mesenchymal tumours in cows... This report describes the clinical investigation, gross and histopathological findings, surgical treatment and postoperative course of a vaginal fibrosarcoma in a cow... They are usually pedunculated and can be removed surgically... Although they do not cause infertility, they may be associated with dystocia... Besides fibropapillomas, cases of squamous cell carcinoma, leiomyoma, fibroma, haemangioma, leiomyosarcoma and melanoma have also been reported in the vagina and vulva of cows... According to these histopathological findings, the tumour was diagnosed as a fibrosarcoma... In contrast to a fibropapilloma, the tumour did not consist of proliferating fibrous tissue with an epithelial covering of variable thickness... The cow was examined two weeks after the operation, and excellent wound healing was observed with no evidence of postoperative infection... A further examination was performed following a six-month period, no evidence of regrowth of any tumoral tissue could be found and the general condition of the cow was normal... This suggests that a favourable prognosis may be expected following proper extirpation of pedunculated tumoral masses in cows.

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