sábado, 25 de agosto de 2007

Información Alteración Metabólica Osea (V.O. Inglés )

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Benign Bone Tumors in the Dog
Chapter 75
Michael H. Goldschmidt and Donald E. Thrall

Osteoma
Chondroma
Multilobular Osteoma and Chondroma of the Canine Skull
Osteochondroma
Enchondromas
References
Benign tumors of bone are uncommon in the dog and usually of little clinical significance.(14) The fact that they are poorly documented precludes formation of any definitive statements on the actions of these tumors. Benign tumors arising from the oral cavity, such as ossifying fibromas, will not be included in this discussion.