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Autologous peripheral blood hematopoietic cell transplantation in dogs with B-cell lymphoma.
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In most cases, PBHCT led to complete hematologic reconstitution and may be considered as a treatment option for dogs with B-cell lymphoma. Expand
Autologous Peripheral Blood Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation in Dogs with T‐Cell Lymphoma
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Peripheral blood hematopoietic cell transplantation (PBHCT) is a feasible treatment option for dogs with B‐cell lymphoma and may be considered as a treatment option in dogs diagnosed with high‐grade TCL. Expand
Apheresis in three dogs weighing <14 kg.
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Dogs as small as 9.9 kg can successfully undergo apheresis with a variety of priming solutions, and Dexmedetomidine or propofol given as a CRI provides sufficient sedation for this procedure. Expand
Clinical features and outcome of dermal squamous cell carcinoma in 193 dogs (1987-2017).
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These data demonstrate increased survival of dogs with SCC demonstrating actinic change over those with non-actinic SCCs, and purports long-term survival for these animals. Expand
Retrospective analysis of doxorubicin and prednisone as first-line therapy for canine B-cell lymphoma
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Dogs with high-grade B-cell lymphoma treated with DOX and prednisone with or without L-ASP have similar response rates, PFS, and OS to prior studies that did not differentiate between lymphoma immunophenotype. Expand
Clinical characteristics and outcome in dogs with small cell T‐cell intestinal lymphoma
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Dogs with anaemia and weight loss at presentation had significantly shorter survival times and dogs that received a combination of steroids and an alkylating agent had significantly longer survival times. Expand
Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations in dogs with osteosarcoma do not differ from those of age- and weight-matched control dogs.
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The mean 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 concentrations for dogs with osteosarcoma and matched-controls were 34.95 ng/mL and 33.85 NG/mL, respectively, suggesting that 25-Hydroxyv vitamin D insufficiency might not be important in the pathogenesis of canine osteosARcoma. Expand
Role of Positron Emission Tomography in Imaging of Non-neurologic Disorders of the Head, Neck, and Teeth in Veterinary Medicine
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Positron Emission Tomography will likely have a growing role in veterinary medicine not only for oncologic imaging but also for assessment of inflammation and pain. Expand
Outcome of Metastatic and Recurrent Ovarian Dysgerminoma Using Radiation Therapy and Chemotherapy in a Dog.
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This case report demonstrates tolerability and efficacy of palliative radiation and chemotherapy for this rare tumor type. Expand
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