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Systemic mastocytosis in 16 dogs.
TLDR
The clinical and pathologic features of systemic mastocytosis in 16 dogs are reported, and eighty-eight percent of the dogs either died or were euthanatized because of their tumors.
Cutaneous hemangiosarcoma in 25 dogs: a retrospective study.
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It is concluded that dermal hemangiosarcomas may be effectively treated with surgery alone, whereas hemangiae located within the hypodermal tissues bear a poor prognosis and warrant wide surgical excision with adjuvant chemotherapy.
Vertebral heart size in retired racing Greyhounds.
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This study confirms that the relative cardiomegaly reported in necropsy and echocardiographic studies in Greyhounds is easily detected using plain radiography and the VHS.
Overexpression of p53 tumor suppressor protein in spontaneously arising neoplasms of dogs.
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Prospective determination of p53 status in some tumor types may be as clinically useful in determining prognosis and predicting survival times for dogs with cancer as it is for human beings with cancer.
Anticoagulant rodenticide toxicity in 21 dogs.
Twenty-three episodes of anticoagulant rodenticide toxicity were found in 21 dogs during a retrospective study conducted at The Ohio State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Dyspnea (57%),
Thromboelastographic tracings in retired racing greyhounds and in non-greyhound dogs.
TLDR
In Greyhounds, clotting kinetics are slower and clot strength are weaker than in non-Greyhound, supporting the increased tendency to bleed observed after minor trauma or surgical procedures in the breed.
Clinical pathology of Greyhounds and other sighthounds.
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Major clinicopathologic differences in this breed include higher RBC mass, creatinine concentration, glomerular filtration rate, activities of hepatic enzymes, and concentration of cardiac troponin, as well as lower WBC, neutrophil, and platelet counts, thromboelastographic values, and concentrations of serum haptoglobin, total globulins, and T4.
Central nervous system lymphosarcoma in the dog.
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Two dogs with seizures and clinical signs compatible with multifocal central nervous system involvement were given systemic anticancer chemotherapy, and 4 dogs were given a combination of systemic chemotherapy, intrathecal cytosine arabinoside, and craniospinal irradiation, resulting in marked improvement of the clinical signs.
Cisplatin and doxorubicin combination chemotherapy for the treatment of canine osteosarcoma: a pilot study.
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When compared to a historical group of 36 dogs with appendicular osteosarcoma treated with surgery and 4 doses of cisplatin, both disease-free interval and overall survival were significantly longer in the study population (P < .015 and P < .007, respectively).
Prevalence of dog erythrocyte antigens in retired racing Greyhounds.
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The frequency of positivity for DEA 1.1 in the population of Greyhounds was significantly lower than previously reported for dogs, and a large majority ofGreyhounds met the criteria for universal donors.
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