Perianal gland tumour
Location: Around the anus, foreskin, scrotum, tail, hind legs and trunk
Behaviour: Grows slowly, infrequently metastasizes (15%)
Diagnostics: Clinical examination (with rectal examination), X-ray, cytology complemented with tissue sample, ultrasound
Treatment: Surgery
Prognosis: Good if treated on time and correctly
There are no pictures available for this tumour type
  1. Turek MM and Withrow SJ. Cancer of the Gastrointestinal Tract: Perianal Tumors. Withrow and MacEwen's Small Animal Clinical Oncology, 5th edition,Chapter 22 Withrow (p 423-9).
Clinical trials
Antitumor immunotherapy in dogs
Assessing safety and efficacy of medical device capturing circulating tumour cells