mastocytoma

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mastocytoma

[¦mas·tə‚sī′tō·mə]
(veterinary medicine)
A local proliferation of mast cells forming a tumorous nodule; seen most frequently in dogs, but occasionally noted in humans.
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About Canine Mast Cell Tumor Mast cell tumour (MCT), also known as a mastocytoma, is the most common cutaneous malignant neoplasm in dogs, accounting for 16 to 21% of all skin tumours.
Skin lumps can be serious, especially if they are mast cell tumours.
Efficacy and safety in an open label single arm multi center phase III trial of a new formulation of paclitaxel (Paccal(R) Vet) in dogs with mast cell tumours grade II and III.
Now we vets are never enamoured with unidentifiable lumps because weknow it is possible that they are mast cell tumours.