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Neoplastic and Nonneoplastic Cutaneous Tumors of Dogs in Grenada, West Indies

Table 3

Relative frequency (%) of the 10 most common neoplasms in a series of 162 cutaneous neoplasms from dogs in Grenada compared to the published results of surveys from other countries.

Tumor GrenadaZimbabwe [15]Thailand [7]Korea [13]U K [10]Greece [11]Australia [12] USA [6]Brazil [14]
𝑛 = 1 6 2 𝑛 = 5 4 0 𝑛 = 1 2 3 1 𝑛 = 6 0 5 𝑛 = 2 6 1 6 𝑛 = 1 7 4 𝑛 = 1 0 0 0 𝑛 = 9 4 8 𝑛 = 6 7 3

Hemangiosarcoma19.14.60.8N.R*N.R*2.94.31.53.7
Histiocytoma8.62.43.79.36.05.712.62.52.9
Melanocytoma8.05.07.62.96.31.11.85.01.5
Mast cell tumor6.820.323.810.919.213.816.121.323.3
Lipoma6.84.13.414.18.55.76.08.66.1
Hemangiopericytoma6.23.22.52.04.22.37.33.22.1
Papilloma5.62.23.22.62.33.40.22.54.4
Fibrosarcoma5.64.23.0N.R7.44.26.65.91.5
Hemangioma4.92.22.91.32.43.43.73.03.7
Squamous cell carcinoma4.315.46.70.25.42.36.93.97.8

*N. R: Not reported.

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