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Term:
anal gland neoplasm (DOID:4550)
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Animal Diseases +     
Neoplasms by Site +     
Abdominal Neoplasms +   
actinobacillosis 
aleutian mink disease 
anal gland neoplasm 
Tumors or cancer of the anal gland.
anal neuroendocrine tumor +  
Anaplasmosis 
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anus cancer +  
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chronic wasting disease 
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Foot Rot 
Foot-and-Mouth Disease 
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Heartwater Disease 
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Infectious Keratoconjunctivitis 
Infectious Myxomatosis 
Lameness, Animal  
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organ system benign neoplasm +   
organ system cancer +   
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Paratuberculosis  
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Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: Circumanal Gland Neoplasm ;   Circumanal Gland Neoplasms ;   Perianal Gland Neoplasm ;   Perianal Gland Neoplasms ;   anal gland neoplasms
Primary IDs: MESH:D000694 ;   RDO:0004819
Definition Sources: MESH:D000694

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