DOVCData Originator/Validation Code
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During the tumorigenic process the signaling is deregulated, thus allowing the mammary epithelium to expand, proliferate, and invade neighboring tissue (hyperplasia) (MIHEVC & DOVC, 2013).
It is believed that the low incidence of mammary carcinomas in cattle is related to factors such as successive pregnancies, low exposure to estrogen during calving process, early culling, and high lactation rate (MIHEVC & DOVC, 2013).
These lesions present sudden onset and easy distinction, since the animals usually show recovery after clinical treatment (MIHEVC & DOVC, 2013).