Histiocytic sarcoma
Summary
Location: Has no specific location
Behaviour: Aggressive: locally invasive and metastasizes
Diagnostics: Fine needle aspiration/lymph node removal, X-ray (bone and chest)
Treatment: Surgery and additional radiotherapy (primary tumour)
Prognosis: Strongly depends on tumour stage and used treatment method
Pictures
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References
  1. Clifford CA, Skorupski KA, Moore PF. Histiocytic diseases. Withrow and MacEwen's Small Animal Clinical Oncology, Chapter 33 (p 710-713).
Clinical trials
Comparison of dyes (anti-αvβ3 integrin NIR fluorescent probe and Indocyanin green) for precision surgical resection

Clinic for Small Animal Surgery, Soft Tissue and Oncologic Surgery, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Zurich
Zurich, Switzerland

mnolff@vetclinics.uzh.ch
+41 44 6358444
https://www.tierspital.uzh.ch/kleintierklinik/kleintierchirurgie/studien-fluoreszenzfarbstoffe-tumorpatienten/

Antitumor immunotherapy in dogs
23-SMC-01
Assessing safety and efficacy of medical device capturing circulating tumour cells