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Cutaneous Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs

…or leukemia. Mast cell tumors can be multiple, single, smooth, nodular, raised, bumpy, and may ulcerate. The masses can feel either soft or solid to touch, and may actually change in size; growing larger then shrinking again. Mast cell tumors may seem to have distinct margins, but usually do not, since the main tumor is surrounded by many microscopic mast cells having the appearance of normal skin. Small mast cell tumors can remain unchanged for…

Dog Adrenal Gland Tumor

…the cortex and the medulla. Both of these can develop tumors and serious diseases. If these glands are not functioning correctly then it is very likely that there is a tumor present that is stopping them from working correctly.Symptoms of Adrenal Gland tumor If your dog begins to have and then , , thinning skin and thinning coat then you will need to consider they may have a tumor. The tumor will cause changes in the hormone levels in your dog,…

Dog Radiation Therapy

…by shrinking the tumor, resulting in less pain, bleeding, and discomfort.Tumors that can be Treated with Radiation Therapy The tumors that seem to respond the best to radiation therapy are those that are found in the nose or mouth. Some mast cell tumors, and skin tumors, along with squamous cell carcinomas have been treated with good results. In dogs, radiation therapy along with chemotherapy has worked to get rid of . Certain bone tumors have…

Cat Adrenal Gland Tumor

…parts: the cortex and the medulla. Both of these can develop tumors and serious diseases. If these glands are not functioning correctly then it is very likely that there is a tumor that is stopping them from working.Symptoms of Adrenal Gland tumor If your cat begins to have and then , , thinning skin and thinning coat then you will need to consider that they may have a tumor. The tumor will cause changes in the hormone levels in your cat which…

Cat Radiation Therapy

…by shrinking the tumor, resulting in less pain, bleeding, and discomfort.Tumors that can be Treated with Radiation Therapy The tumors that seem to respond the best to radiation therapy are those that are found in the nose or mouth. Some mast cell tumors, and skin tumors, along with squamous cell carcinomas have been treated with good results. In cats, radiation therapy along with chemotherapy has worked to get rid of . Certain bone tumors have…

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