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Oncology in Senior Animals with Clinical Cases

Stručný popis

S prodlužujícím věkem psích a kočičích pacientů se v našich kartotékách více vyskytují geriatričtí pacienti s onkologickou diagnózou. Kolektiv autorů se podařilo vytvořit přehlednou ilustrativní publikaci zabývající se touto náročnou problematikou. S použití barevných ilustrativních fotografií vytvořili stručného průvodce onkologií psů a koček. Text je diky grafickému zpracování uživatelsky přehledný a srozumitelný.

Autor: CARTAGENA ALBERTUS, JUAN CARLO, ROMAIRONE DUARTE, ADRIÁN

Cena s DPH:  1934 Kč
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NakladatelServet
ISBN9788417640705
Vydání2019
Vazbapevná
Počet stran142
Popis

The book Oncology in senior animals shows the neoplasms most commonly diagnosed in animals in the senior age range and describes their most common clinical signs, diagnostic approach, prognosis and treatment. It includes clinical cases.

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General aspects of senior oncology1
Oncology in senior animals2
Introduction2
What are the clinical effects of age?3
Are senior patients more likely to get cancer because of their age?4
Treating the senior patient4
Treatment and prevention goals4
The onkology visit5
Paraneoplastic syndromes6
Introduction6
Causes and origin of paraneoplastic syndromes6
Paraneoplastic syndromes and early diagnosis in oncology7
Paraneoplastic syndromes by body systems7
Gastrointestinal manifestations7
Hormonal manifestations7
Heamatological manifestations9
Main paraneoplastic syndromes affecting the skin9
Miscellaneous manifestations12
Most common neoplasms in senior oncology15
Cutaneous tumors15
Introduction16
Prevalence of cutaneous tumors16
Aetiology17
Assesing a cutaneous tumor21
Cytology21
Biopsy21
Staging21
Most common cutaneous tumors24
Squamois cell carcinoma24
Clinical characteristics24
Multicentric SCC of Bowens´ diseases26
Prevention26
Mast cell tumor26
Cutaneous melanoma27
Hystiocytoma31
Cutaneous plasmocytoma31
Fibrovascular papilomas33
Basal cell carcinoma33
Hepatoid adenoma35
Injection-site sarcoma36
Tumors of the digestive systém in the senior patient37
Oral tumors37
Introduction37
Classification37
Oral melanoma39
Tumour presentation and behaviour39
Diagnosis40
Treatment40
Squamous cell carcinoma40
Tumour presentation and behaviour41
Treatment and prognosis41
Fibrosarcoma41
Tumour presentation and behaviour41
Treatment41
Epulides42
Acanthomatous ameloblastoma42
Gastrointestinal tumours44
General clinical signs44
Vomiting in senior patients, is it really vomiting or regurgitation?44
Diarrhoea44
Gastrointestinal tumours in dogs45
Gastric tumours in senior dogs48
Intestinal tumours in senior dogs47
Gastrointestinal tumours in cats49
Gastric tumours in senior cats49
Intestinal tumours in senior cats51
Eyelid and orbital tumours57
Introduction57
Nuclear sclerosis57
Iris atrophy57
Eyelid tumours in senior dogs and Cats58
Meibomian gland adenomas and adenocarcinomas58
Melanomas59
Histiocytomas59
Mass cell tumours59
Mast cell tumours in dogs59
Mast cell tumours in cats62
Hidrocytoma62
Peripheral nerve sheath tumours62
Squqmous cell carcinoma62
Basal cell carcinoma64
Fibrosarcomas64
Orbital tumours in senior dogs and cats65
Introduction to orbital disorders65
Physical examination65
Clinical signs65
Introduction to orbital tumours65
Clinical signs66
Diagnosis66
Treatment and prognosis66
Orbital tumours in cats68
Musculosceletal tumours in senior patients69
Osteosarcoma69
Tumour presentation and behaviour69
Clinical signs70
Aetiology71
Diagnosis71
Treatment73
Role of the e-kti receptor and tyrosine-kinase inhibitors77
Clinical course and prognosis in canine and feline osteosarcoma78
Soft tissue sarcomas80
Introduction80
Diagnosis81
Treatment81
Prognosis82
Injection-site sarcoma in cats86
ISS and vaccines86
Diagnosis87
Treatment88
Neoplasms of the haemolymphatic systém in the senior patient90
Introduction90
Canine lymphoma91
Introduction91
Epidemiology92
Hypercalcemia and canine lymphoma92
Immunity and canine lymphoma92
Enviromental contaminants and lymphoma92
Clinical presentation92
Multicentric lymphoma94
Gastrointestinal lymphoma95
Hepatic lymphoma95
Mediastinal lymphoma95
Cutaneous lymphoma95
Ocular lymphoma95
Other forms of lymphoma96
Diagnosis98
Treatment100
Chemotherapy100
Clucocorticoids101
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs101
Treatment od cutaneous lymhoma102
Targeted therapies102
Leukaemia103
Classification104
Acute leukaemia104
Chronic leukaemia105
Malignant lymphoproliferative disorders105
Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia106
Chronic lymphoblastic leukaemia106
Myeloproliferatice diseases107
Acute myeloid leukaemia107
Chronic myeloid leukaemia107
Myelodysplastic syndromes108
How to identify leukaemia108
Treating leukaemia109
Feline leukaemia110
Vaccination110
Common clinical cases in senior onkology111
Anaemia due to hyperoestrogenism caused by the tumour112
Clinical history112
Clinical examination125
Treatment112
Theoretical aspects115
Squamous cell carcinoma in senior cats115
Introduction115
Clinical examination115
Diagnostic tests and definitice diagnosis116
Medical and surgical treatment116
Clinical course118
Theoretical aspects118
Vaginal polyps in senior patients119
Introduction119
Clinical history119
Clinical examinationt119
Diagnostic tests121
Treatment options121
Theoretical aspects121
Oral canien melanoma122
Clinical history122
Surgical treatment122
Immunotherapy122
Eyelid mast cell tumour in a cat126
Clinical history126
Clinical examination126
Diagnostic tests126
Treatment127
Clinical course127
Theoretical aspects128
Nasal lymphoma in a cat128
Clinical history128
Clinical examination128
Diagnostic tests128
Diagnosis128
Treatment128
Prognosis129
Theoretical aspects129
Mediastinal lymphoma in a cat130
Clinical history130
Clinical examination130
Diagnostic tests130
Treatment132
Theoretical aspects132
References133