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Tumours of the exocrine pancreas

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Abstract

Cancers of the exocrine pancreas are extremely rare in dogs and cats, accounting for <3% of all abdominal neoplasms in dogs; in cats, the incidence is even lower. This chapter looks at presentation and clinical signs; clinical approach; management and prognosis.

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15.50 Ultrasonographic appearance of a hyperechogenic pancreas with a 1.3 cm hypoechogenic nodule (arrowed) in an 11-year-old American Cocker Spaniel. The dog was euthanased due to oesophageal rupture, and a pancreatic adenoma and chronic pancreatitis were found on histopathology. (Courtesy of J Lang)

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