Cancer-Spindle Cell Sarcomas, Mesenchymal (soft tissue tumor-myxosarcoma, leiomyosarcoma). Fibrosarcomas (vaccine induced - Neurofibromas, Histiocytic sarcoma (tissue cells), Schwannomas, Peripheral Nerve Sheath, Hemangiopericytomas.
- Skin cancer anywhere on the body.
- Regress & bleeding for all SKIN TYPE cancers.
- Ulcerations, infection are common with these lesions
- Growths on "vaccine site" e.g. Fibrosarcoma & Histiocytic sarcoma etc
Naturopathic Immune Support - Set of 4
1. CF-1 LM10 50ml drops
2. CF-2 10M 50ml drops
3. Systemic Detox Immuno 100ml liquid
4. Topical Application - Set of 5 Kit
*if tumor IS NOT visible let us know.
Lipoma is a benign tumor of the fat tissue and fibroma is a benign tumor of the connective tissue. Fibrosarcoma is the malignant form of fibroma.
Fibroma - Fibrosarcoma growths
Can be vaccine induced - on vaccine site of body of canines and felines.
Fibromas exfoliate poorly and few cells will be on the slide. Fibrosarcomas produce cellular preparations consisting of numerous spindle cells with moderate to marked cellular and nuclear variability, including multinucleation. On careful inspection, eosinophilic to purple granules may be seen in a few cells. There may also be a small amount of extracellular amorphous pink to eosinophilic material that resembles osteoid; interpreted to be collagen.
Feline Fibrosarcomas are also alot more common in cats (on the area of vaccinations site)
Fibrosarcomas are slow-growing, malignant (cancerous) tumors most often found in the connective tissue of the skin and beneath the skin. While these tumors may be removed successfully, they frequently recur after surgery. It is rare that fibrosarcomas metastasize (spread) to other parts of the body. These tumors are difficult to classify and are often thought of as a group because of the parallel resemblance in their presentation. Therefore, there are several different names in addition to fibrosarcoma that you may hear when this category of tumors is discussed. Neurofibromas, peripheral nerve sheath tumors, spindle cell tumors, schwannomas, and hemangiopericytomas are all names for fibrosarcoma-type tumors.
Surgically removed tumor growths
While these tumors may be removed successfully, they frequently recur after surgery. It is rare that fibrosarcomas metastasize (spread) to other parts of the body. As during surgery to remove the tumor, these microscopic branches can remain and contribute to re-growth of the tumor. According to one study, as many as 62 percents of post-vaccinal sarcomas recur within 6 months after surgical removal. If a pet is given alternative naturopathic support - herbs and homeopathic we can often avoid the need for surgery and regrowth using naturopathic remedies and support.
There are several types of injection-site sarcomas:
a malignant tumor arising from cells called fibroblasts in connective tissue. This is the most common type.
a malignant tumor arising from tissue cells called histiocytes
Because histiocytic sarcoma is a type of immune cancer, this type of cancer can be found in many locations throughout the body. Therefore, the clinical signs of histiocytic sarcoma depend upon the tissue or organ affected, but are often non-specific such as depression or lethargy, inappetance and weight-loss. Dogs with histiocytic sarcoma affecting the limbs or joints often present with an obvious mass and, many times, lameness.
* If your dog has Histiocytic sarcoma and also has lung symptoms
(either the original mass or spread of cancer) will often present with lethargy, exercise intolerance, dyspnea (difficulty breathing) and coughing. *Also request the Homeopathic Lung Cancer CF-1 (25) 200C 50ml drops (no charge)
a malignant tumor arising from bone
a malignant tumor arising from cartilage
a malignant tumor arising from muscle
a malignant tumor arising from loose connective tissue. Myxosarcomas are types of soft tissue sarcoma tumors. The majority of tumors are observed in the chest or joints and limbs but myxosarcomas have also been reported to occur in the heart, eye, and brain.
a malignant tumor arising from fat
a malignant tumor arising from cells called fibroblasts in connective tissue and nerve tissue.
a malignant tumor that arises from the pericytes, cells that are located around vessels.
are tumors of the nerve sheath
a tumor arising from smooth muscle.
~ Nerve sheath tumor
a tumor arising from the deep soft tissue, usually in close proximity of a nerve trunk
~ Myofibroblastic sarcoma
a malignant soft tissue tumor in which myofibroblasts are quantitatively the predominant cell type.
Spindle cell carcinoma (soft tissue cancer).
The below formulas are for "connective tissue" tumors - fibroma and fibrosarcoma and myxoma and myxosarcoma.
~Tumours of fat - Lipoma and liposarcoma
Refer to: Lipoma Set (noncancerous, fatty tumors)
~ Tumours of the blood vessel endothelium -Haemangioma and Haemangiosarcoma
Refer to: Cancer Immune Set
~ Tumours of the lymphatics - Lymphangioma and lymphangiosarcoma
Refer to: Feline Lymphoma Immune support Set
Refer to: Canine Lymphosarcoma Immune support Set
~Tumours of Bone, Cartilage - Mesenchymal Chondrosarcoma
Refer to: Bone Cancer Immune support Set
~ Tumours of the Stomach, Rectum, Bowel
Refer to: Cancer Immune support Set
Other tumor growths called
~ Haemangiopericytoma and Schwannoma and Tumours of muscle - Leiomyoma, and leiomyosarcoma.
~ Spindle cells are of mesenchymal origin and form the body's connective tissue, fat, muscle, bone, cartilage and blood vessels.
~ Mesenchymal tumors form from the cells that surround the skin, such as cells in fat, connective tissues, blood vessels & nerves and affects a third of canines.
~ Soft Tissue Sarcomas - Soft tissue sarcomas is a general term that refers to a group of tumors that form in tissues of mesenchymal origin such as the connective tissue (e.g. fat, smooth muscle, blood vessels, lymph vessels, skeletal muscle, etc). They tend to have a similar histologic appearance and biological behavior and can be either benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). Soft tissue sarcomas can arise in any part of the body although skin and subcutaneous (the layer of tissue directly underlying the skin) tumors are the most commonly observed. The following table classifies the known soft tissue sarcomas, their origin, and a potential for metastasis (spread to other organs).
Signs and symptoms of soft tissue sarcomas.
More than half of sarcomas begin in an arm or leg.
Most people simply notice a lump that has grown over a period of time (weeks to months). Although the lump is often not painful, in some cases it will hurt. When sarcomas grow in the back of the abdomen (the retroperitoneum), the symptoms they cause more often come from other problems. Sometimes the tumors cause pain. They may also cause blockage or bleeding of the stomach or bowels. They can grow large enough for the tumor to be felt in the abdomen. About 20% of sarcomas begin in the abdomen (stomach) area. Sarcomas can also begin on the outside of the chest or abdomen (about 10%) or in the head or neck area (around 10%). A new lump or a lump that is growing (anywhere on your body). Abdominal pain that is getting worse Blood in your stool or vomit Black, tarry stools (when bleeding happens in the stomach or bowels, the blood can turn black as it is digested, and it may make the stool very black and sticky) These symptoms are more often caused by things other than sarcoma, but they still need to be checked out.
Sarcoid in Felines
The Feline Sarcoid is a subtype of tumor that is caused by a Papilloma (wart) virus.
For Feline Sarcoids in your cat (also known as Feline Fibropapillomas - Papillomavirus).
See formula Feline Sarcoid Immune Support Set.