Canine Multicentric Subcutaneous Hemangiosarcoma (HSA)

Last Modified: December 4, 2003

Question:

Dear OncoLink "Ask The Experts,"
My dog was diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma. She also has a history of mast cell tumor grade II. She is a 13 year old mixed shepherd. Her tail was amputated, because the tumor was on the base. She also had 4 superficial tumors removed. They all came back as Multicentric Subcutaneous Hemangiosarcoma. The tail mass came back as mast cell tumor, but the biopsy showed to be HSA. What protocols should I consider?

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