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Vol. 11, Special Issue 2 (2022)

A detailed hematological study and successful therapeutics management with chemotherapy on canine transmissible venereal tumors (TVT)

Author(s):
Prerona Patowary, Gautam Bordoloi, Manoj Kumar Kalita, Sanjib Khargharia, L Sanathoi Khuman, Nayanjyoti Pathak, Aditya Baruah, Karuna Saikia and Dwipjyoti Mahanta
Abstract:
A 3-years-old female local dog was brought to the state veterinary hospital of Tezpur, Govt. of Assam, with genital organ bleeding; Serosanguineous exudate and a haemorrhagic cauliflower-shaped friable tumour on the external genitalia were discovered during a thorough clinical examination. Samples were collected from the genitalia using a glass slide for exfoliative cytology and whole blood for hematology. The case was classified as a canine transmissible veneral tumour based on clinical and analytical evidence. The tumour mass in the bitch was remitted after four weeks of chemotherapy with vincristine sulphate at a dose rate of 0.025 mg/ kg intravenously once weekly and supportive therapy with haemostat and multivitamin.
Pages: 1270-1273  |  332 Views  168 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Prerona Patowary, Gautam Bordoloi, Manoj Kumar Kalita, Sanjib Khargharia, L Sanathoi Khuman, Nayanjyoti Pathak, Aditya Baruah, Karuna Saikia and Dwipjyoti Mahanta. A detailed hematological study and successful therapeutics management with chemotherapy on canine transmissible venereal tumors (TVT). The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(2S): 1270-1273.

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