Meningioma em animais domésticos: revisão de literatura

Authors

  • Guilherme de Brito Leite
  • Augusta Celeste Garanhani Bonatto Guimarães
  • Franklin Luiz Liegel
  • Maria Eduarda Arno Tavares
  • Maria Eduarda Venceslau da Silva
  • Gabriel Brustolim Unruh
  • Caio Henrique de Oliveira Carniatto

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46919/archv5n1-006

Keywords:

Câncer, medicina veterinária, neoplasias encefálicas, oncologia, tumores

Abstract

As neoplasias que afetam o sistema nervoso central (SNC) são observadas em animais domésticos, com mais estudos concentrados em cães e gatos. O meningioma é um tipo de tumor que se origina nas camadas médias da meninge, conhecidas como aracnoide. Representa uma parte significativa dos tumores intracranianos em cães e é semelhante aos meningiomas encontrados em humanos. Pode surgir em várias áreas do encéfalo e, em alguns casos, pode ter características diferentes, como cistos ou componentes de sangramento. À medida que crescem, os meningiomas podem comprimir o tecido encefálico ao seu redor. Os meningiomas são classificados com base em características celulares, comportamento biológico e padrões de crescimento. Em cães, não há preferência de gênero, mas em humanos, eles são mais comuns em mulheres. Algumas raças, como Golden Retrievers, Boxers, Schnauzers Miniatura e Rat Terriers, têm uma maior predisposição para desenvolver meningiomas. Embora muitas vezes sejam classificados como benignos do ponto de vista histológico, os meningiomas em cães podem representar desafios de saúde e bem-estar devido à sua localização intracraniana. Portanto, mesmo sendo classificados como benignos, esses tumores frequentemente têm um comportamento biológico maligno. A classificação histológica dos meningiomas em cães é semelhante à dos humanos, com graus I, II e III, refletindo o potencial maligno e a tendência à recorrência. A prevalência de neoplasias intracranianas em cães aumenta com a idade, sendo os meningiomas mais comuns em cães mais velhos. O diagnóstico é realizado por meio de exames de imagem, como ressonância magnética, e a confirmação é obtida por análises histopatológicas. O tratamento pode incluir cirurgia para a remoção completa ou parcial do tumor, radioterapia e quimioterapia, dependendo da localização, tamanho e tipo do tumor. No entanto, o prognóstico pode variar conforme diversos fatores, incluindo a extensão da cirurgia, a localização do tumor e o tipo histológico.

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2024-01-22

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LEITE, G. de B.; GUIMARÃES, A. C. G. B.; LIEGEL, F. L.; TAVARES, M. E. A.; DA SILVA, M. E. V.; UNRUH, G. B.; CARNIATTO, C. H. de O. Meningioma em animais domésticos: revisão de literatura. Journal Archives of Health, [S. l.], v. 5, n. 1, p. 48–64, 2024. DOI: 10.46919/archv5n1-006. Disponível em: https://ojs.latinamericanpublicacoes.com.br/ojs/index.php/ah/article/view/1528. Acesso em: 14 jun. 2024.

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