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Benson, a middle-aged Labrador retriever, had a skin tumour on his left thigh which had unfortunately grown to a large size before it was investigated.
Tilly, a stoic collie, presented to us at West Midlands Referrals with whopping cancer on her leg. This was thought to be composed of fatty tissue from samples that had been taken by the referring vet, but the mass looked so unlike typical fatty masses that we double-checked with biopsies. Indeed it was of fatty tissue origin. Fatty masses are usually benign, but the possibility of infiltrative or malignant variants was strongly suspected.
Mist had a locally aggressive tumour – a spindle cell sarcoma – successfully removed with good margins by local practice. The surgical wound, unfortunately, broke down. The resulting wound was large but this was NOT a disaster – a disaster would have been a neatly closed wound with residual tumour left behind by the surgeon.
After removing a tumour, there was a large wound that we couldn’t close with local skin.
Lola had a large wound after trauma. Her owner vets had attempted a closure, but unfortunately, this came adrift, and she was referred to us at West Midlands Referrals a couple of weeks later for wound closure.
Spot Jenkinshad a near rupture of the triceps tendon. There was a substantial overlying wound.
Michaal was unlucky enough to have amast cell turmour on the end of his prepuce.
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