Blood vessel tumour - other
Summary
Location: Blood vessels
Behaviour: Very aggressive
Diagnostics: Blood analysis, imaging, histology
Treatment: Surgery and complementary chemotherapy, radiotherapy
Prognosis: Very reserved
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References
  1. Biller B, Berg J, Garrett L, Ruslander D, Wearing R, Abbott B, Patel M, Smith D, Bryan C. 2016 AAHA Oncology Guidelines For Dogs and Cats. Veterinary Practice Guidelines. Journal American Animal Hospital Association 2016; 52:181-204.
  2. Thamm DH. Miscellaneous tumors. Withrow and MacEwen's Small Animal Clinical Oncology, 5th edition, Chapter 33 (p 679).
  3. Finocchiaro LM, Fondello C, Gil-Cardeza ML, Rossi ÚA, Villaverde MS, Riveros MD, Glikin GC. Cytokine-enhanced Vaccine and Interferon-β plus Suicide Gene Therapy as Surgery Adjuvant Treatments for Spontaneous Canine Melanoma.Human Gene Therapy 2015;26(6):367-76.
  4. Denies S, Cicchelero L, de Rooster H, Daminet S, Polis I, Van de Maele I, Sanders NN.Immunological and angiogenic markers during metronomic temozolomide and cyclophosphamide in canine cancer patients. Veterinary Comparative Oncology 2016.
Clinical trials
Intraoperative fluorescent imaging to improve tumor resection

Division of Radiation Oncology, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

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Immunotherapy for bladder (neck) tumors and hemangiosarcomas in dogs

Veterinary Clinic Korte Akkeren
Gouda, Netherlands

Veterinary Clinic Nieuwegein
Nieuwegein, Netherlands

Veterinary Clinic Waalwijk
Waalwijk, Netherlands

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