Multiple fibroblastomas were found in the lungs of a white-tailed deer with cutaneous fibromatosis. The fibroblastic tumors in the lung were histologically similar to those of the skin. The pulmonary tumors were considered to be metastases. Such extension of cutaneous tumors in deer has not been previously reported.


Published with the approval of the Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station and supported in part by NIH Training Grant 817 from General Medical Sciences.

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