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Atlas of Tumours. Oncology in Daily Clinical Practice

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This book describes a practical, simple work protocol which may be useful to most of those first-opinion veterinary practitioners who have to deal with cases of neoplasia in their practices. It combines the experience in clinical oncology of a first-opinion veterinary surgeon and the knowledge of a veterinary practitioner specialized in this field, and includes a wide variety of images of the most common tumours in small animals as well as in exotic species. Some key aspects such as how to collect and send samples to the laboratory, and basic surgical techniques in oncology are also addressed.

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This book describes a practical, simple work protocol which may be useful to most of those first-opinion veterinary practitioners who have to deal with cases of neoplasia in their practices. It combines the experience in clinical oncology of a first-opinion veterinary surgeon and the knowledge of a veterinary practitioner specialised in this field, and includes a wide variety of images of the most common tumours in small animals as well as in exotic species. Some key aspects such as how to collect and send samples to the laboratory, and basic surgical techniques in oncology are also addressed.

Authors

ADRIÁN DUARTE ROMAIRONE

Degree in Veterinary Medicine from the Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, General Pico, La Pampa, part of the National University of La Pampa (Argentina). Currently in the final stage of his PhD. Veterinary clinician since 1987. Owner of Centro de Diagnóstico Veterinario, which specializes in diagnosing diseases in companion animals and birds of prey. Owner and editor of the website www.diagnosticoveterinario.com. His areas of interest include clinical oncology, diagnostic cytology, soft tissue surgery, oncology and traumatology, with a particular focus on osteosynthesis by internal and external fixation, and medical and surgical pathology of birds of prey.

JUAN CARLOS CARTAGENA ALBERTUS

Degree in Veterinary Medicine, Zaragoza, 1987. Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), Master of Science (MSc), accredited by AVEPA in the fields of oncology and soft tissue surgery and university specialist in endoscopy and minimally invasive surgery (EAMIS). He is also a member of the European Society of Veterinary Oncology (ESVONC) and of the endoscopy, oncology and soft-tissue surgery working groups of AVEPA. He currently works at Night Vets Limited in Upminster, UK.

Table of contents

General aspects of clinical oncology

1. Basic principles of the diagnostic approach

      Paraneoplastic syndromes

      Clinical signs of suspected cancer

2. Sample collection and transport to the laboratory

      Sample collection

      Fixation and storage of the sample

3. Principles of surgical oncology

      Safety margins

      Surgical manipulation of the tumour

Cancer types by system

4. Tumours of the reproductive system in males and females

      Female reproductive system: mammarytumours

      Male reproductive system: testicular neoplasms

      Male reproductive system: prostatic neoplasms

5. Skin tumours

      Aetiology

      Classification

      Diagnostic approach in the clinic

      Common skin tumours

6. Tumours of the digestive system

      Oral malignancies

      Gastric neoplasms

      Intestinal neoplasms

7. Neoplasms of the eye and orbit

      Neoplasms of the eyelids

      Other neoplasms

      Intraocular neoplasms

      Orbital neoplasms

      Mesenchymal tumours

      Secondary intraocular tumours

      Diagnostic investigation

      Treatment

8. Neoplasms of the limbs.

      Osteosarcoma

      Aetiology

      Clinical signs

      Diagnosis

9. Neoplasms in non-traditional species

      Common tumours in non-traditional species

10.Practical chemotherapy

      Treatments

      Side effects of chemotherapy

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Data sheet

Author
Adrián Romairone Duarte
Juan Carlos Cartagena Albertus
Page count
200
Trim size
22 x 28 cm
Pub date
2015
Product type
Hardcover
Number of images
411

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Atlas of Tumours. Oncology in Daily Clinical Practice

This book describes a practical, simple work protocol which may be useful to most of those first-opinion veterinary practitioners who have to deal with cases of neoplasia in their practices. It combines the experience in clinical oncology of a first-opinion veterinary surgeon and the knowledge of a veterinary practitioner specialized in this field, and includes a wide variety of images of the most common tumours in small animals as well as in exotic species. Some key aspects such as how to collect and send samples to the laboratory, and basic surgical techniques in oncology are also addressed.

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