Monday, June 5, 2017

3082. A pet rat has a large mammary tumour. What to do?

It is best to get the pet rat's tumour removed by your vet when it is much smaller.

A case study is shown.

A large tumour requires more anaesthetic and takes a longer time for surgery. This increases the risk of anaesthetic death. In this case, the pet rat survives and is OK at home.  

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