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A Guide to Oncology for Veterinary Clinicians
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A Guide to Oncology for Veterinary Clinicians



Authors: del Castillo Magán, Noemí;Ruano Barneda, Ricardo
Release date: 2018
Pages: 192
Binding: Hard cover
Dimensions: 22 x 28

ISBN: 9788417225421



This Guide to Oncology for Veterinary Clinicians compiles practical information to aid veterinary clinicians in managing cancer patients, and covers aspects related to diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment, as well as pain management and communication with owners. It has been developed by leading specialists in oncology who approach the subject from a practical perspective, and includes many images, tables, and diagrams that facilitate understanding of its content and make it an essential volume on the bookshelves of any veterinary clinic.



Table of contents


1. Dealing with a patient with a mass: client communication

  Introduction

  Breaking the news and dealing with the consequences

    Dispelling fears and myths

    Staff training

    Losing a pet

  Quality of life

  Compassion fatigue


2. Recognising signs consistent with cancer in senior pets

  Signs of oral cancer

  Signs of skin cancer

    Cats

    Dogs

  Signs of abdominal tumours

    Cats

    Dogs

  Other signs of cancer

  Age-related changes in different body systems

  Diagnosis and prognosis in veterinaryoncology


3. Diagnostic procedures in veterinary onco

  Cytology

    Introduction

    Sample collection, slide preparation, and  staining

    Cell interpretation protocol

  Biopsy

  Blood and bone marrow smears

  Flow cytometry and PCR for antigen receptor rearrangemen

    The importance of immunophenotyping in  canine lymphoma

    Flow cytometry

    PCR for antigen receptor rearrangements

  Diagnostic imaging in veterinary oncology

    Radiography

    Ultrasound

    Computed tomography

    Magnetic resonance imaging

  Endoscopy

    Gastrointestinal endoscopy

    Airway endoscopy

    Endoscopy in other locations

  General state of senior patients.

  Laboratory tests

  Clinical staging:TNM staging system

 

4. Diagnostic interpretation, choice of treatment, and prognosis

  Cytology

    Cytological assessment of cell lineage

    Assessment of cytological criteria for malignancy

    Cytological characteristics of main tumours

  Biopsy

    What is tumour grade?

    Tumour margins

    Special stains

  Biological behaviour of tumours according to tissue of origin

    Epithelial tumours

    Mesenchymal tumours

    Haematopoietic tumours

    Other origins

  Biological behaviour of tumours according to location

    Cutaneous and subcutaneous tumours

    Head, neck, and ear tumours

    Chest cavity tumours

    Tumours of the reproductive system

    Abdominal cavity tumours

    Nervous system tumours

    Skeletal tumours

    Haematopoietic tumours

 

5. Cancer treatment

  Surgery

    Introduction

    Indications

  Chemotherapy

    Indications

    Resistance

    Handling of cytostatics

    Classification of anticancer drugs

    Adverse effects of chemotherapy

  Radiation therapy

    Principles of radiobiology

    Equipment

    Indications

    Adverse effects

  Antiangiogenic therapy

  Tyrosine kinase inhibitors

    Biology

    Kinase inhibition

  Immunotherapy

    Biological response modifiers

    Recombinant cytokines

    Antitumour vaccines

  COX-2 inhibitors


6. Pain in veterinary oncology

  Evaluating pain in a patient with cancer

    Signs of pain

  Pain treatment

    Why treat and when?

    Classification of analgesics

    New analgesic techniques

  Analgesic treatment during oncological surgery


7. Appendices

  Appendix I. Paraneoplastic syndromes

    Haematological disorders

    Metabolic, digestive, and endocrine-related disorders

    Cutaneous disorders

    Other

  Appendix II. Treatment protocols

    Canine lymphoma

    Feline lymphoma

    Canine haemangiosarcoma / Soft tissue sarcoma

    Multiple myeloma

    Canine mast cell tumour

    Carcinomas in dogs

    Carcinomas and sarcomas in cats

    Osteosarcoma in dogs

  Appendix III. Metronomic therapy

  Appendix IV. Survival data for nervous system tumours


8. References



The author


Noemí del Castillo Magán

Noemí del Castillo Magán graduated in veterinary medicine from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), Spain, in 1997 and earned a PhD in veterinary medicine from the same university in 2002. She is certified in veterinary oncology by the Spanish Small Animal Veterinary Association (AVEPA). She has been a professor at the Small Animal Internal Medicine and Anatomical Pathology Department at Alfonso X El Sabio University (UAX) in Madrid since 2005. She is also head of the Oncology Department at the UAX Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In 2004, Noemí joined the Surbatán veterinary clinic as partner and she now heads the Oncology Unit at this practice. She is a founding member of the scientific committee of GEVONC-AVEPA (Group of Veterinary Oncology Specialists of AVEPA), a member of the European Society of Veterinary Oncology (ESVONC), and an honorary member of the Latin American Society of Veterinary Oncology (SLOVET). She has authored and coauthored numerous articles in national and international journals, published chapters in several books, and presented papers at oncology conferences in Spain and abroad.


Ricardo Ruano Barneda

Ricardo Ruano Barneda graduated in veterinary medicine from the UCM in 1999 and is an AVEPA-certified oncology specialist. He is a veterinary surgeon at the Mediterráneo veterinary hospital in Madrid, where he is head of the laboratory and the Oncology Department. He is a founding member of the scientific committee of GEVONC-AVEPA and a member of ESVONC. Ricardo has authored a book on practical small animal oncology Oncología práctica para el clínico de pequeños animales (Practical Oncology for Small Animal Clinicians; ed. Multimédica Ediciones Veterinarias) and published papers in Spanish and international journals and chapters in several books. He has also presented work at oncology conferences.



 
 
 
 
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