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Spontaneous Liposarcoma in a Guinea Pig (Cavia porcellus) and its Surgical Management

Anjan Kumar Sahoo, Balakrushna Dwibedi, Jayakrushna Das, Monalisha Behera, Lalit Mohan Behera.


A 3.2-year-old male pet Guinea pig (Cavia porcellus) was presented with a rapidly growing mass in the right cervical region behind the ear. Following a complete clinical evaluation, the unusual mass was surgically removed. Based on the histopathological features, the tumour mass was diagnosed as a subcutaneous liposarcoma. The Guinea pig was recovered well and no post-operative complications were observed over one year follow-up period.

Key words: Guinea Pig, Spontaneous Liposarcoma, Pulse Oximeter

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