Small Animal Oncology
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A highly practical guide suitable for in-clinic reference, Small Animal Oncology has been designed for maximum ease of use and accessibility of information. Whilst giving clear and up-to-date briefing for the busy practitioner, it also is a valuable resource to the student with a special interest in oncology. This Introduction gives an overview of cancer biology and explains the principles of available therapies. There is up to date discussion on new and developing techniques and treatments, and guidance on when these are indicated. The book covers all common, most less common and some rare aspects of small animal oncology.
- accompanying Evolve website includes over 20 clinical cases to try your knowledge
- all-round practical, useful, every day essential guide to small animal oncology
- schematic approach gives quick access to information when you need it
- explains biology and the basic principles as well as indicating treatment options
"this textbook, written by devoted specialists, is an excellent way to learn how to approach cancer patients using all aspects of modern medicine, from purely medical to psychological, moral and socio-ethical. (...) The approach to tumours reflects the experience of the authors; even a beginner is safely guided through clinical signs, clinical evaluation, diagnostic work-up, staging, prognostic evaluation and treatment. (...) The text is equally understandable and guiding for a student with a special interest in oncology and useful for an experienced clinician.
The book was an enjoyable read. It is strongly recommended as an excellent source of up-to-date information for enthusiastic students, general clinicians as well as for those devoted specifically to veterinary oncology." - Professor Janos Butinar, DVM, Ms, PhD; European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, October 2009
"This book covers the main tumours in good depth, is a good reference fot the basic principles of veterinary oncology and is certainly recommended for the best practice bookshelf." (Veterinary Times, October 2010).
By Susan M. North, BSc(Hons), PhD, DVM, DipACVIM(Med Onc), DipECVIM-CA(Int Med and Med Onc), MRCVS, Medical Oncologist, Veterinary Referrals in Cancer and Critical Care, Laindon, Essex, UK; RCVS Recognized Specialist in Oncology; European Specialist in Internal Medicine & Medical Oncology and Tania Ann Banks, BVsc, FACVSc(Small Animal Surgery), MRCVS, Specialist Small Animal Surgeon, Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre, Albany Creek, Australia; Fellow of the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons