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This paper outlines some of the challenges inherent in migrating to Web services. Technology adoption is a continual challenge for both tool developers and enterprise users. Web services are a prime example of a red-hot technology that is fraught with adoption issues. Part of the problem is separating marketing hype from business reality. Web services are… (More)
SUMMARY This paper provides a balanced perspective of the business value and technical challenges of adopting Web services. Technology adoption is a continual challenge for both tool developers and enterprise users. Web services are a prime example of an emerging technology that is fraught with adoption issues. Part of the problem is separating marketing… (More)
Sarcomas comprise approximately one-third of canine intranasal tumors, however few veterinary studies have described survival times of dogs with histologic subtypes of sarcomas separately from other intranasal tumors. One objective of this study was to describe median survival times for dogs treated with radiation therapy for intranasal sarcomas. A second… (More)
OBJECTIVE To characterize the biological behavior and prognostic factors associated with hemangiosarcoma in cats. DESIGN Retrospective case series. ANIMALS 53 cats with hemangiosarcoma. PROCEDURES Data were retrieved from a state veterinary diagnostic laboratory, 3 veterinary colleges, and a private practice. RESULTS Cutaneous and subcutaneous tumor… (More)
A 14-year-old spayed female dog of mixed breeding had a 3-week history of regurgitation of food occasionally mixed with blood. An esophagram revealed a mass in the caudal portion of the esophagus. The mass was partially removed through esophagoscopy. Evaluation of light microscopy, immunoperoxidase technique, and electron microscopy was consistent with an… (More)
A polypoid angioleiomyoma was surgically removed from the nasopharynx of a 1-year-old, male golden retriever. The polypoid mass recurred 4 months later and was again excised. There was no sign of regrowth 13 months postoperatively. This is, apparently, the first reported angioleiomyoma occurring in the dog.