Tim Trout's scientific contributions

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This multi-institutional collaborative study of neoplasia in snakes reviewed medical records of snakes at each facility to determine species prevalence, survival, and methods of treatment. Complete species numbers of snakes were also collected at each facility. In total, 65 species, 133 snakes, and 149 unique neoplasias were included in this study....


... Early work in comparative oncology found that birds, and to a lesser extent reptiles, develop fewer neoplasms than mammals (12)(13)(14). While single case studies have been reported (15), it has been difficult to estimate true neoplasia prevalence in these taxa. ...