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Oncology blog

Oncology blog

Lymphoma? A Terrier with a huge abdominal mass

By Owen Davies American Specialist in Veterinary Oncology and Ivan Doran RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Soft…

13th November 2018

Oncology blog

Vizsla with Acute Gastroenteritis and Strange Circulating Lymphocytes

By Owen Davies, American Specialist in Veterinary Oncology An eight year old neutered male Hungarian…

8th September 2018

Oncology blog

Four thoughts on investigating an osteolytic bone lesion

1. Do I need to take a bone biopsy? Why not do an FNA? Fine needle…

19th October 2017

Oncology blog

A dog with circulating “atypical” lymphocytes; Is it a lymphoma or a leukaemia?

Receiving a haematology report which shows that a dog has “atypical lymphoid cells” in circulation…

18th October 2017
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Covid-19 Update

Rest assured… we will continue to provide telephone and video consultations for all patients and urgent and emergency care for your clients and their pets. We will need a referral from a first opinion vet before we can speak with clients. Call for information and guidance. Please note that opening hours may be subject to change during this time.