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1. Basal Cell Tumors in Cats
Basal cell tumors are growths that originate from the epithelial layer of skin. This category of tumor includes both benign and malignant tumors, although most are benign and only occasionally is a malignant tumor diagnosed.
2. Chondrosarcoma (Nasal and Paranasal Sinus) in Cats
Nasal and paranasal sinus chondrosarcoma are slow growing, progressive, invasive tumors of the nose, nasal cavity and surrounding communicating recesses. These tumors are seen more commonly in dogs than cats.
3. Chondrosarcoma (Tumor of the Larynx and Trachea) in Cats
Laryngeal and tracheal chondrosarcomas are malignant, slow growing, progressive, invasive tumors of the larynx and trachea. These tumors have no known cause and are extremely rare in small animal veterinary medicine.
4. Fibrosarcoma in Cats (Nasal and Paranasal Sinus)
Nasal and paranasal sinus fibrosarcomas are slow growing, progressive, invasive tumors of the nose, nasal cavity and surrounding communicating recesses. They are more common in dogs than in cats and, as with other tumors, the cause is unknown.
5. Fibrosarcoma in Cats (Bone)
Fibrosarcoma is a type of cancer that arises from fibrous connective tissues of the skull, spine, pelvis and ribs. It is seen rarely in cats but can occur as a local extension of fibrosarcoma of soft tissues which is more common.
6. Gastrointestinal Neoplasia in Cats
Gastrointestinal neoplasia is cancer located anywhere throughout the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, including the oral cavity (mouth), esophagus, stomach, small intestines, large intestines, and rectum.
7. Hemangiosarcoma of the Bone in Cats
Hemangiosarcoma is a type of cancer that arises from blood vessels and can occur almost anywhere in the body. Usually when it occurs in bone it is due to metastasis from another site, although rarely, it may actually arise in the bone.
8. Hemangiosarcoma in Cats
Hemangiosarcoma is a malignant cancer of the cells that form blood vessels, and when these tumors rupture, serious internal bleeding can occur. Hemangiosarcoma is considered to be a very aggressive tumor and can spread rapidly to other organs.
9. Hepatic Neoplasia (Liver Tumors) in Cats
Hepatic neoplasia is cancer of the liver. Primary liver cancer is most common in pets greater than 10 years of age. There is a slightly increased risk of hepatocellular carcinoma in males compared to females.
10. Injection-Site Sarcoma (Vaccine-Site Sarcoma)
A sarcoma is a malignant tumor composed of cells derived from connective tissue. These tumors often develop quickly and can spread (metastasize) to distant locations in the body.
 

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