Hemangiosarcoma, Nasal Cavity, Mouse
The lesion is not usually visible grossly because it arises in the lamina propria of the nasal mucosa. If, however, invasion occurs through the maxilla to the subcutis, a slight focal bulging of the skin results. When the skin is removed, the underlying subcutis is seen to be dark red.
KeywordsNasal Cavity Nasal Mucosa Propylene Oxide Submucosal Gland Inhalation Study
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