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During the USDA's 2-year survey, mentioned on page 1, this tumor accounted for 3 percent of the bovine neoplasms collected. None were found in swine or sheep. No breed predilection has been determined. These tumors are most frequently observed in cattle from 7 to 12 years of age. Adenocarcinoma of the uterus may occur in either horn of the uterus or in the uterine area sometimes referred to as the body. It is the second most common malignant glandular tumor of cattle. Of the bovine epithelial tumors in general, it is the third most common, being surpassed only by the adrenal cortical tumor and the squamous-cell carcinoma of the eye.
Cysts and areas of necrosis are present in the larger and faster growing nephromas. Pressure atrophy of the adjacent renal tissue occurs. The tumors project from the surface of the kidneys and are distinctly lobulated. —Histologie preparation of an embryonal nephroma in a 1-year-old sow (D735). Supported by an abundant connective tissue stroma, epithelial elements are forming structures that resemble glomeruli. Hematoxylin-eosin stain, x 125. —Histologie preparation of an embryonal nephroma in a 6-month-old gilt (D184).
The tumor is composed of undifferentiated cells with small, oval, hyperchromatic nuclei and considerable eosinophilic cytoplasm. The neoplastic cells are arranged in small nests and cords separated by a connective tissue stroma. Hematoxylin-eosin stain. X 125. 48 ATLAS OF MEAT INSPECTION PATHOLOGY Malignant pulmonary tumors are divided into three large groups : (1) primary-focal, (2) multiple-focal, and (3) diffuse-infiltrating. The primary-focal group contains those carcinomas whose primary location in the lung has been determined and which may or may not metastasize throughout the lungs.