Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 2 of 2 items for :

  • Internal Medicine x
Clear All
Open access

Nurka Pranjić, Ibrahim Gledo and Ljiljana Maleš-Bilić

? Acad Radiol. 2002; 9 (3): 253-5. 23. Office for National Statistics. Cancer statistics registration of cancer diagnosed in 2008, England. MBI, no 39. National Statistics, London, 2010. 24. Hansen J. Elevated risk for male breast cancer after occupational exposure to gasoline and vehicular combustion products. Am J Ind Med. 2000; 37: 349-352. 25. Watson E, Austoker J, Lucassena A. A study of GP referrals to a family cancer clinic for breast/ovarian cancer. Oxford Journals of Medicine, Family Practice. 2000; 18

Open access

Felipe Maglietti, Matías Tellado, Nahuel Olaiz, Sebastian Michinski and Guillermo Marshall

Introduction Spontaneous tumors of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses in canine patients account for 1% of all neoplasms. Their etiology is unknown, but animals living in urban areas are at an increased risk, due to the nasal filtering of pollutants. Also, exposure to tobacco smoke and fossil fuel combustion products increase the risk of this type of cancer. The average age of dogs with nasal cancer is around 10 years, predominantly in medium and large breeds. Common clinical signs include epistaxis, mucopurulent nasal discharge, facial deformity