Sebaceous Epithelioma - Acrylic Artwork For Veterinarians


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Sebaceous epithelioma in dogs is a type of benign tumor that commonly affects older dogs. This tumor develops from the sebaceous glands in the skin, which produce an oily substance called sebum. While these tumors are usually benign, they can still be a cause for concern if they grow too large or if they become infected.

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