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Chemotherapy: general principles

Contributor(s): Laura Garrett, Irene Rochlitz, Gerry A Polton

Indications

General principles

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Clinical application

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Classification of cytotoxic drugs

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed papers
  • Recent references fromPubMed.
  • Brønden L B et al(2003)Study of dog and cat owners' perceptions of medical treatment for cancerVet Rec.152(3), 77-80.
  • Lucroy MD (2002)Photodynamic therapy for companion animals with cancer. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract.32(3), 693-702
  • Teske E et al(2002)Chemotherapy with cyclophosphamide, vincristine, and prednisolone (COP) in cats with malignant lymphoma: new results with old protocol. JVIM16(2), 179-186.
  • (1998)Options for the use of chemotherapy in small animals Part 1 - Anticancer drugs In Practice20, 403-413.
  • Moore A S (1993)Recent advance in chemotherapy for nonlymphoid malignant neoplasms. Comp Contin Educ15(8), 1039-1050.
  • Vail D M (1993)Recent advance in chemotherapy for lymphoma of dogs and cats.

Other sources of information

  • Ogilvie G M & Moore A S (1995)Chemotherapy: properties, uses and patient management. In Managing the Veterinary cancer patient - a practice manual. Veterinary Learning Systems, Trenton, New Jersey. pp 64-81.
  • Couto C G & Hammer A S (1994)OncologyIn: The cat dizeases and clinical management. Edited by Sherding R G. 2nd edn, Churchill Livingstone, New York. pp 755-773.


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