Prostatic squamous metaplasia
Prostatic squamous metaplasia is a rare prostate disease of male dogs.
Diagnosis is based on histological analysis of prostatic biopsies done by exploratory laparotomy or ultrasound guided percutaneous sampling.
There is no known treatment for this disease other than correction of underlying hormonal disorders.
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