College of Veterinary Medicine | Continuing Veterinary Medical Education

Proper Planning and Execution in Oncologic Surgery

Type Audience Credits Price
On Demand
Veterinarians
1.0
$50.00

 
Dr. Bonnie Campbell, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVS
Clinical Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery

 

In this course veterinarians will learn proper planning optimizes success in oncologic surgery, while inadequate planning can result in recurrence of a tumor more aggressive than the original. We will discuss selection and prioritization of steps involved in working up an oncology patient (including staging and grading), the decision process for when to take incisional vs. excisional biopsies, guidelines for achieving margins on common tumor types like mast cell tumors and soft tissue sarcomas, and steps to minimize tumor seeding.

This course is 56 minutes long and will provide 1 CE credit at a cost of $50.00.

Course recorded August 2015.

Technical Requirements

NOTE:

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