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Size matters!

 

The authors found a significant difference in mean survival times depending on the size of the tumour.

How common

are they?

 

Frequency of liver tumours found in

40 dogs and cats.

 

Burning

Shrinking

Cutting

Tackling the tumour

 

Volume 23-1, Spring 2013

Reprint paper

Liver tumours in pets

 

Diagnosis and treatment of canine and feline liver tumours: a study of 40 cases.

by Ilya Vilkovyskiy, Ksenya Lisitskaya, Victor Telitsin, Stanislava Kurinova

 

Objective - To determine the clinical & pathological findings, outcome, and prognostic factors in dogs and cats treated surgically and with local ablative therapies for primary and metastatic liver tumours. ...

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