Decision Making in Small Animal Oncology is a practical manual for the increasing number of veterinarians called upon to treat patients with cancer. This case-based quick reference leads practitioners through diagnosis, treatment, and management decisions, offering reliable guidance for more effective management of cancer care. With easy-to-follow algorithms to assist the reader through the critical thinking process, Decision Making in Small Animal Oncology answers the questions most commonly asked in daily practice to provide the cancer knowledge practitioners and students need in general practice.This section describes the main clinical and pathological features of musculoskeletal system tumors in dogs and cats. It includes bone tumors and tumors of the noncutaneous, soft tissues such as connective tissues and muscles. ... staging and diagnostic histopathology is required, sometimes alongside immunohistochemistry, in order to accurately diagnose the disease, offer predictive informationanbsp;...
|Title||:||Decision Making in Small Animal Oncology|
|Author||:||David J. Argyle, Malcolm J. Brearley, Michelle M. Turek|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-03-16|