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“…Leiomyomata have also been sporadically reported as occurring in chimpanzees [Brown et al , 2009; Seibold & Wolf, 1973; Silva et al , 2006; Toft & MacKenzie, 1975; Young et al , 1996]. In a post-mortem study of 52 chimpanzees, uterine leiomyomata were reported in 5.8% of the subjects [Seibold & Wolf, 1973].…”
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“…Uterine leiomyomata have previously been reported in captive chimpanzees ( Pan troglodytes ) [Brown et al ., 2009; Seibold & Wolf, 1973; Silva et al ., 2006; Toft & MacKenzie, 1975; Young et al , 1996] and other non-human primates [Cianciolo et al , 2007; Cook et al , 2004; Kaspareit et al , 2007; Long et al , 2010; Remick et al ., 2009; Rodríguez et al , 2009; Seibold & Wolf, 1973; Stringer et al , 2010; Wilkinson et al , 2008]; however prevalence rates and treatment regimens have not been widely reported. There are no published reports of uterine leiomyomata in wild chimpanzees.…”
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“…Except for a few short surveys of lesions and causes of mortality, an extensive documentation of chimpanzee lesions is lacking. Most of the published studies are in the form of case series that include pathology findings related to body systems (central nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, urinary, and integumentary), etiologies (parasitic, degenerative, and neoplastic), and individual case reports . An extensive survey of the pathological lesions is lacking in literature.…”
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“…Reports of female reproductive tract neoplasia are infrequent in non‐human primates [2, 20, 33]. A post‐mortem study on old‐world primates found that of the 363 neoplasms examined, only 25 involved the female reproductive tract [23].…”
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“…No gorillas were found to have reproductive neoplasia in this same report. Additional sporadic reports of reproductive neoplasia exist in chimpanzees ( Pan troglodytes ), including several cases of uterine leiomyomas [33, 37, 39]. Other reported reproductive tumors in chimpanzees include an endometrial adenocarcinoma, an endometrial stromal tumor, and a fibrothecoma [17, 18, 37].…”
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