A clinicopathological review was made of 31 cases of canine rectal neoplasia. The adenomatous polyp was the commonest tumour and had the best prognosis. With the exception of adenocarcinomas the results of surgical excision of malignant neoplasms, including two cases of rectal lymphosarcoma, were encouraging.
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