By Simon T. Kudnig, Bernard Séguin
Veterinary Surgical Oncology offers in-depth assurance of surgical thoughts for treating melanoma in small animal sufferers. geared up via physique approach, each one bankruptcy provides distinctive, well-illustrated descriptions of surgeries, with more information on diagnostic trying out, aftercare, results, and analysis. Edited and authored through participants of the Veterinary Society of Surgical Oncologists, Veterinary Surgical Oncology's entire assurance of surgical remedies for melanoma presents a useful decision-making device and is both precious for veterinary surgeons and veterinary oncologists.
The publication starts off with introductory chapters at the rules of surgical oncology, multimodal treatment, and interventional radiology, then offers chapters on surgical concepts in all anatomical constructions, together with techniques now not good lined in present literature. the 1st e-book to target the surgical points of melanoma therapy, Veterinary Surgical Oncology is a necessary reference for a person with an curiosity in surgical oncology.Content:
Chapter 1 ideas of Surgical Oncology (pages 1–13): Nicole Ehrhart and William T.N. Culp
Chapter 2 Multimodal remedy (pages 15–33): Tania A. Banks
Chapter three Interventional Oncology (pages 35–54): William T.N. Culp
Chapter four pores and skin and subcutaneous tumors (pages 55–85): Stewart Ryan, Erik G.H. Wouters, Sebastiaan van Nimwegen and Jolle Kirpensteijn
Chapter five Head and Neck Tumors (pages 87–117): Sara A. Ayres and Julius M. Liptak
Chapter 6 Oral Tumors (pages 119–177): Julius M. Liptak and B. Duncan X. Lascelles
Chapter 7 Alimentary Tract (pages 179–271): William T.N. Culp, Ryan P. Cavanaugh, Earl F. Calfee, Paolo Buracco and Tania A. Banks
Chapter eight respiration Tract and Thorax (pages 273–328): Marina Martano, Sarah Boston, Emanuela Morello and Stephen J. Withrow
Chapter nine Cardiovascular method (pages 329–339): Simon T. Kudnig and Eric Monnet
Chapter 10 Reproductive process (pages 341–363): Maurine J. Thomson and Tara A. Britt
Chapter eleven Urinary Tract (pages 365–382): Nicholas J. Bacon and James P. Farese
Chapter 12 Eyelids, Eye, and Orbit (pages 383–404): B. Duncan X. Lascelles and Michael Davidson
Chapter thirteen Endocrine approach (pages 405–441): Bernard Seguin, Lisa Brownlee and Peter J. Walsh
Chapter 14 Hemolymphatic procedure (pages 443–464): Christine C. Warzee
Chapter 15 worried method (pages 465–490): Elaine R. Caplan
Chapter sixteen Musculoskeletal procedure (pages 491–568): Julius M. Liptak, William S. Dernell, James P. Farese and Deanna R. Worley
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Veterinary Surgical Oncology by Simon T. Kudnig, Bernard Séguin