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Management of non-lymphomatous small intestinal tumours in dogs and cats
  1. Chris Shales

Abstract

Non-lymphoid small intestinal neoplasia form a small but important part of the veterinary surgical caseload. These tumours/cancers provide particular challenges to clinicians due to the paucity, heterogeneity and retrospective nature of the research available in this field. In addition, many published studies were primarily intended as pathology rather than clinical publications. This article aims to review the literature and draw conclusions where appropriate relating to the biological behaviour, investigation and treatment of these tumours.

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