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AuthorCotchin, E. author
TitleAnimal Tumors of the Female Reproductive Tract [electronic resource] : Spontaneous and Experimental / by E. Cotchin, June Marchant
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 1977
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-6259-3
Descript IX, 70 p. 31 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

The chapters which comprise this book were prepared as part of a medical text, Pathology of the Female Genital Tract, which is intended for the obstetrician, gynecologist, and medical pathologist. In that context, we were conยญ cerned to bring out the importance of the study of tumors of the female reproductive tract of animals, both as showยญ ing the variety of spontaneous neoplasms that might affect the tract and as providing tumors capable of experimental reproduction. These chapters are published separately, since they contain information which may appeal to a range of readers who might not necessarily wish to acquire the full medical text-for example, to veterinary and comparative pathologists, cancer research workers, research workers in gynecology, experimental pathologists and endocrinologists, and possibly to others using animals in experimental and pharmaceutical studies. The survey of spontaneous tumors of the female reproยญ ductive tract is largely concerned with tumors of the ovaries and uterus of domesticated animals, but attention is also given to laboratory animals, wild animals, and animals in zoos. The spontaneous tumors are well worth studying, not only because of their obvious clinical imporยญ tance to veterinarians, but also because they might provide a stimulus for epidemiologic, etiologic, biologic, and therยญ apeutic investigations that may elucidate some of the problems related to their counterparts in humans


CONTENT

1 Animal Models for Tumors of the Ovary and Uterus -- General Introduction -- Animal Models for Tumors of the Ovary -- The Ovary as a Tumor Model -- Pathology and Histogenesis of Ovarian Tumors -- Assessment of the Present Animal Tumor Models of Ovarian Cancer -- Animal Models for Tumors of the Uterine Fundus and Placenta -- The Uterus as a Tumor Model -- Animal Models for Tumors of the Uterine Cervix, Vagina, and Vulva -- Assessment of the Animal Tumor Models for Cancer of the Uterus -- Laboratory Animals as Hosts for Human Tumors -- References -- 2 Spontaneous Tumors of the Uterus and Ovaries in Animals -- General Introduction -- Spontaneous Tumors of the Uterus -- Spontaneous Tumors of the Ovary -- Summary -- References


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