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Refer a case
A 10 year old Labrador retriever presented with a bone cancer involving the bone of the upper jaw at the back of the mouth.
Zelda, an 8 year old Bull Terrier presented with a history of sneezing, bleeding from her right nostril, and the owner had seen pieces of what she took to be bits of body tissue sneezed out.
Storm, a 9 year old Springer presented with fibrosarcoma of the mandible (lower jaw). This was treated with a radical rostral (front end) mandibulectomy.
Toby presented with a firm mass on his skull. This was biopsied and was thought to be an osteoma, a benign bone tumour. We carefully burred around it and removed it with a narrow margin of normal skull.
Daisy presented with intermittant choking and coughing.
Alfie, an 11 year old dog, had a locally invasive but non-malignant mass on the front of his upper jaw called and ameloblastic fibroma. This was removed as a block of tissue and the nose was spared.
On in May 2018 Romeo, a 7 year old Chihuahua presented for left maxillectomy (radical removal of part of the upper jaw) for a plasmacytoma.
A 45 kg, 10-year-old cross bred dog presented for CT chest/neck and surgical removal of an apparently well-defined mass between the left carotid artery and the trachea. Our colleague Mayra had recently scanned him.
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