Skin Diseases: Pet Bowenoid in Situ Carcinoma
Animal Skin and Allergy Clinic offers specialized diagnosis and treatment for bowenoid in situ carcinoma. This type of pet skin cancer is most often found in senior cats, especially those with compromised immune systems. Common signs of bowenoid in situ carcinoma are multiple circular areas of thickened skin, which can be found on your pet’s nose, ear tips, eyelids, lips, or other areas. Proper diagnosis and treatment are crucial to prevent the lesions from developing into an invasive form of carcinoma.
Diagnosing Bowenoid in Situ Carcinoma
Proper diagnosis and early detection are critical components in the successful treatment for bowenoid in situ carcinoma. Our highly skilled veterinary staff has the experience to accurately and effectively diagnose this skin disease and design a customized treatment protocol for your pet. Fortunately, with prompt treatment, this form of pet skin cancer is unlikely to spread to other organs of the body.
Treating Bowenoid in Situ Carcinoma
Animal Skin and Allergy Clinic can provide effective treatment for bowenoid in situ carcinoma. Our veterinary team will design a treatment recommendation customized for your pet. We welcome your questions and strive to alleviate concerns you may have regarding your pet’s treatment regimen. Laser surgery is a common and effective solution, and we have extensive surgical expertise and equipment to ensure your pet is receiving the highest quality health care possible.
After—Surgery Site Healed
Please contact us to schedule an appointment. Our veterinary team is ready to assist you by providing outstanding pet health care diagnosis and treatment for your pet’s skin conditions.