Updates on lymphoma therapy
The presentation will describe what are the best diagnostic and therapeutic practice today in veterinary medicine so veterinarians in general practice can advise their clients accordingly.
Canine lymphoma is a heterogenous group of diseases that can be characterised in to numerous subtypes through cytology or histopathology and ancillary testing, this information is associated provides not only diagnosis but important prognostic information that can have significant impact on the approach to management. This lecture will discuss the spectrum of canine lymphoproliferative diseases focusing in canine multi centric and non multicentric lymphoma with up to date information on appropriate therapy and their prognosis.
- • Lymphoma classification in use today in veterinary medicine
- • Prognostic and treatment differences according to lymphoma