Lymphoproliferative Disorders

Publication Title: 
Post?py Higieny I Medycyny Do?wiadczalnej (Online)

Dogs have accompanied humankind for thousands of years. They share the same environment, and thus are exposed to the same environmental factors such as air pollution, tobacco smoke, and various chemicals. Recent development of veterinary care has led to a significant extension of dogs' lifespan and allowed the diagnosis and treatment of a growing number of different diseases in this species. Among all diseases in dogs, cancer is considered the main cause of mortality, with lymphoproliferative disorders accounting for up to 30% of all canine cancers.

Pawlak, Aleksandra
Obmi?ska-Mrukowicz, Bo?ena
Rapak, Andrzej
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