Periarticular Histiocytic Sarcoma in a 7-year-old FS Bernese Mountain Dog: Our Case Of the Month January 2018
Bernese Mountain Dogs and Round Cell Neoplasia… what’s the deal and what can we do?
As neoplasia is part of our daily practice, we would like to introduce Julia Buchholz, DVM, Dr.med.vet, DipACVR (Rad Onc), DipECVDI (add Rad Onc) who is now available for virtual oncology consultations. When you are informed as to the most current treatments available, you can help your clients assess their options, instead of, or prior to referral. Dr. Buchholz’s career is beyond stellar, so be assured you will be fully prepared to consult with your client. Here is example of a BMD and some inopportune round cell badness associated with a TTA.
Hx of TTA performed on both knees. The patient was presented for a mass seen on the right knee. Owner reported the patient seemed more tired and not motivated for walks; limping on right hind limb. Examination of the right leg found a 15 cm invasive mass at the knee. The patient was placed on NSAIDS and scheduled for further diagnostics. CBC/Chem was WNL.
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Select Oncology/Consult from the "Interpretation Type" drop down menu.
Select either "initial consult" or "recheck consult" from the "Oncology type" drop down menu.
Select "Dr. Julia Buchholz" from the "Oncology Specialist" drop down menu.
Then select "Routine - 24 Hour Turn-Around M-F" from the "Request Type" drop down menu.