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Myelosuppression remains one of the major dose-limiting toxic effects of cytotoxic chemotherapy in veterinary and human oncology. Neutropenia and fever are common consequences of chemotherapy-induced myelosuppression, and these complications are

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&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Funded by the Atlantic Veterinary Internal Medicine and Oncology Hospital and the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Research and Graduate Studies. Funding sources did not have any

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research, development, and innovation in the field. 2 For human patients, precision medicine has seen its broadest application in the field of oncology. However, despite the unquestioned value of defining cancer at its molecular level, many questions about

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guidance. ABBREVIATIONS VCOG Veterinary Cooperative Oncology Group References 1. Meuten DJ , Moore FM , George JW . Mitotic count and the field of view area: time to standardize . Vet Pathol 2016 ; 53 : 7 – 9 . 10

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Institute Inc, Cary, NC. h. JMP, version 7.0.1, SAS Institute Inc, Cary, NC. References 1. Dernell WS Straw RC Withrow SJ . Tumors of the skeletal system . In: Withrow SJ MacEwen EG , eds. Small animal clinical oncology . 3rd ed

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abnormal accumulation of sodium pertechnetate Tc 99m. Criteria for Selection of Cases Medical records of dogs referred to Veterinary Oncology Specialties between October 1990 and September 2003 for 131 I therapy because of suspected or confirmed

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therapy oncology group (VRTOG) scheme, with acute toxicity being defined as within 90 days of treatment and late toxicity being greater than 90 days after treatment. 19 Best patient response was evaluated using the Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid

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-care resources is well above the recommended reading levels, with most materials written at a 10th-grade level. 8 , 10 With specific reference to discharge summaries, readability exceeds recommendations across various medical subspecialties including oncology

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hypothesized that early delivery of adjuvant chemotherapy would be associated with a longer OST and TTP. Materials and Methods Animals This multi-institution study was designed by the Italian Society of Veterinary Oncology. Dogs with appendicular

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