Заболевания кожи
Онкология

Заболевания кожи

Автор: Летуновская А. В., ветеринарный врач-онколог, член Европейского общества ветеринарных онкологов (ESVONC). Ветеринарная клиника неврологии, травматологии и интенсивной терапии, г. Санкт-Петербург.

Определения, анатомия

Кожа, на взгляд онколога, – орган, состоящий преимущественно из двух слоев: эпидермиса (многослойный плоский эпителий) и дермы, представляющей собой плотную соединительную ткань с множеством сосудов. 
Кроме того, интерес представляют отдельные клетки (меланоциты, гистиоциты и дермальные тучные клетки), а также так называемые придатки кожи (сальные и потовые железы, волосяные фолликулы). Любые из этих тканей/клеток могут являться сайтом/локализацией для развития доброкачественных или злокачественных опухолей 65.

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