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Image Gallery: Common Skin Masses

Elizabeth R. May, DVM, DACVD, University of Tennessee


|January 2018|Peer Reviewed|Web-Exclusive
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Although most skin tumors encountered in veterinary patients are benign, malignant tumor types do occur. Because many are erythematous and pruritic, they can be easily confused with commonly diagnosed pruritic conditions (eg, scabies, allergic disease). The following tumors are commonly misdiagnosed based on their gross appearance.

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