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Keywords:

  • horse;
  • stallion;
  • penis;
  • haemangiosarcoma;
  • tumour;
  • partial phallectomy

Summary

A 9-year-old Arab stallion was presented for haematuria and a haemorrhagic mass on the urethral process of the penis. Clinical examination and surgical excision suggested a tumour of the penis, histologically confirmed as a haemangiosarcoma. The stallion was successfully treated with surgical excision; however, successful breeding has not been achieved thus far (28 months). To the authors' knowledge, haemangiosarcoma of the equine penis has not previously been described.