Chondrosarcoma, Squirrel Monkey
An adult male squirrel monkey with severe bilateral exophthalmia and conjunctivitis was euthanatized. Necropsy revealed, in a sagittal section of the head (Fig. 135), a gray-white mass involving the nasal bone and filling the frontal and sphenoid sinuses, the anterior cranial fossa, and much of the nasal cavity. Soft, tan granular material was present within the orbit behind the eyes. The frontal lobes of the brain were somewhat compressed but there was no invasion of the dura. A soft area was present in the nasal bone, between the eyes.
KeywordsToxicity Catheter Adenocarcinoma Fluoride Sarcoma
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