By Joyce E. Obradovich DVM DACVIM

Written by means of a revered specialist within the box, this new addition to the Self-Assessment colour evaluate sequence covers medical oncology of the puppy and cat. greater than 2 hundred circumstances seem in random order, simply as they'd in perform. those instances are offered as self-assessment difficulties comprising built-in questions, illustrations and unique reasons designed to coach at the colossal photo in addition to to supply speedy answers.

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Alopecia had been noted over the past 2 years, but the area was becoming more reddened and “irritated”. There were no clinical symptoms or other abnormal physical examination findings. A skin biopsy was performed, which revealed actinic keratitis (actinic carcinoma in situ). 93a 1 What is the probable cause of this lesion? 2 What is the natural progression of disease? 3 How should this patient be managed? 4 If the lesion progresses to SCC, what treatment is advised? 49 Questions CASE 94 This 13-year-old cat (94a) presented for a 2 kg weight loss over approximately 1 year.

What therapeutic options are available? 5 cm mass located above the right upper canine tooth (84). An excisional biopsy was performed and histopathology revealed a very low-grade fibrosarcoma, extending to the surgical margins. There were no mitotic figures observed and the pathologist commented that it was difficult to completely rule out a benign fibroma. Based on the relatively benign diagnosis, the owner had been advised that no further treatment would be necessary. Six months later, the patient returned with recurrence of disease that was now closer to 5 cm and wrapped around the bone.

A skin biopsy was performed, which revealed actinic keratitis (actinic carcinoma in situ). 93a 1 What is the probable cause of this lesion? 2 What is the natural progression of disease? 3 How should this patient be managed? 4 If the lesion progresses to SCC, what treatment is advised? 49 Questions CASE 94 This 13-year-old cat (94a) presented for a 2 kg weight loss over approximately 1 year. There had been a 1-month history of poor appetite and occasional gagging thought to be due to hairballs. 0 mg/dl, and mild elevations in ALT, ALP, and gamma-glutamyltransferase (GGT).

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