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Many owners are under the improper assumption that a “brain tumor” is a death sentence for their cat, but quite the opposite is true. If an cat has intracranial signs, a veterinary neurologist such as Dr. Heather Jones can help.
Examination of the nasal cavity and sinuses can be challenging due to small patient size and limited accessibility in regard to the sinuses. Since the introduction of computed tomography (CT), scans with incredible detail can be performed in only a matter of a few minutes.
Chemotherapy treatment has progressed profoundly in the last 20 years for pets, but common knowledge about what it entails hasn’t quite caught up to the realities. Chemotherapies really do change the course of disease and can save lives — not just prolong it.
November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Be aware of the warning signs of cancer in pets.