Diagnosis & Treatment Options
Articles covering biopsy, and treatment options including chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.
Reviews the common symptoms of cancer in pets and includes a glossary of terminology used in cancer care.
This article discusses fine needle aspiration and biopsy to evaluate a mass in a companion animal.
General discussion of surgery used to treat cancer in companion animals.
Knowing how anti-cancer chemotherapy drugs work and what to expect from the treatments can help pet owners decide on whether such therapy is appropriate for their pets.
An introduction to radiation therapy used to treat companion animals.
An introduction to palliative radiation therapy, which can be used to control the symptoms associated with localized tumors that cannot be treated by other methods .
"Limb sparing" (also known as "limb salvage") is a surgical procedure that provides an alternative to amputation in selected dogs being treated for bone tumors.