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- Martano, M.; Iussich, S.; Morello, E.; Buracco, P.
- The veterinary journal 2018 v.241 pp. 1-7
- biopsy; disease control; dogs; excision; fibrosarcoma; histopathology; metastasis; mouth; planning; prognosis; radiotherapy; survival rate
- ... Canine oral fibrosarcoma (oFSA) is a malignant, infiltrating, mesenchymal tumour affecting the oral cavity primarily of medium to large middle aged dogs. The diagnosis often is made late in the course of the disease, due to the frequent caudal location of the tumour, and histopathology is not always sufficient to discriminate undifferentiated oFSA from other poorly differentiated malignant mesench ...
- Sanders, K.; Kooistra, H.S.; Galac, S.
- The veterinary journal 2018 v.241 pp. 42-51
- Cushing syndrome; adenoma; adrenalectomy; adverse effects; corticotropin; dog diseases; dogs; hypophysectomy; mechanism of action; mitotane; patients; radiotherapy; risk; steroidogenesis
- ... Naturally occurring hypercortisolism, also known as Cushing’s syndrome, is a common endocrine disorder in dogs that can be caused by an adenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH)-producing pituitary adenoma (pituitary-dependent hypercortisolism, PDH; 80–85% of cases), or by an adrenocortical tumor (ACT; 15–20% of cases). To determine the optimal treatment strategy, differentiating between these two main c ...