2015
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-7736
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Spontaneous multi-cystic peripheral ameloblastoma in the freshwater angelfish, from the Brazilian state of Pará

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“…Studies on oral tumours in fish are very scarce (Schlumberger & Lucke 1948, Gopalakrishnan et al 2011, Vijayakumar et al 2014, although some spontaneous oral tumours have been reported (Honma et al 2003, Grim et al 2009, Coffee et al 2013, Videira et al 2015. Gopalakrishnan et al (2011) and Vijayakumar et al (2014) reported intra-oral sarcomas and compound odontomas in Sphyraena barracuda and S. jello in India.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Studies on oral tumours in fish are very scarce (Schlumberger & Lucke 1948, Gopalakrishnan et al 2011, Vijayakumar et al 2014, although some spontaneous oral tumours have been reported (Honma et al 2003, Grim et al 2009, Coffee et al 2013, Videira et al 2015. Gopalakrishnan et al (2011) and Vijayakumar et al (2014) reported intra-oral sarcomas and compound odontomas in Sphyraena barracuda and S. jello in India.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…In fish, oral tumours (i.e. odontomas, ameloblastomas, papillomas and fibromas) have been reported in Melanogrammus aeglefinus (Thomas 1926), Oncorhynchus tsha wyt scha (Schlumberger & Katz 1956, Stolk 1957, Stock ley 1975, Grim et al 2009), Sparus aurata (Harshbarger 1974, Easa & Faisal 1987, Tautogolabrus adsphersus (Harsh barger 1974), Cyprinodon variegatus variegatus (Martineau et al 1990), Alcichthys elongatus (Honma et al 2003), Carcharias taurus, Prionace glauca (Boru cins ka et al 2004), Sphyraena barracuda (Gopalakrishnan et al 2011), Sander vitreus (Coffee et al 2013), Sphyraena jello (Vijayakumar et al 2014), Pterophyllum scalare (Videira et al 2015) and Carcharodon carcharias (Huveneers et al 2016). However, odontomas, myxomas and psammomatoid ossifying fibromas are rare tumours in fish.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%