1994 Volume 47 Issue 7 Pages 502-503
An 11-year-old female Siba dog had a hard hemisphere nodule 40×30mm in size, radiographically, connecting with the parietal bone. No abnormalities were detected in the other organs including the lung and the nodule was surgically removed. Grossly the nodule was encapsuled by the periosteum and demarcated from adjacent soft tissues, and the cut surface was reddish brown and yellowish brown. Histological diagnosis was multilobular tumor of bone. The recurrence was seen at the operated region, and the case died with abnormal actions about 2 months later.