Diagnosis and treatment of spontaneous canine brain tumors with a CT scanner.
- Published Article
Radiotherapy and Oncology
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1993
Spontaneous brain tumors in 25 pet dogs were diagnosed and treated with a modified CT scanner. Five or more weekly 9-Gy fractions resulted in marked clinical improvement in most dogs and a significant decrease in tumor size in many dogs without adverse effects from the radiotherapy.
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