Suthar, B. N.; Chaudhary, S. R.; Nakhashi, H. C.; Chaudhari, N. F.; Suthar, D. N.; Joshi, D. V.
April 2010
Indian Journal of Field Veterinarians;2010, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p37
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a four year old Pomeranian bitch, which was presented at the college clinic with the complaint of large abnormal growth between vulvar lips. The clinical examination revealed a solid, round, tennis ball sized, hard nodular mass protruding between vulvar lips, which was further reported as tumors of vagina and vulva. It highlights how the bitch was treated.


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