In clinical veterinary practice, cutaneous neoplasia is frequently presented to you as a clinician, as the skin is something owners can see on a day-to-day basis. Histopathology forms the cornerstone of effective clinical oncology – as it is the primary tool in diagnosis. An integrated histopathology report allows for presentation of relevant prognostic information to animal owners, for them to make informed decisions about their animals’ health regarding likely success of treatment modalities, cost and welfare issues. It also enables selection of the most relevant and effective therapeutic protocols for individual patients (e.g. surgery, chemotherapy, radiation etc.).
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South African Veterinary Council (SAVC)
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