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Chemotherapy: complications

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Contributor(s):

Anna Hollis

Katie Snalune


Introduction

  • Chemotherapy is used in the treatment of systemic or disseminated malignant disease.
  • It is rarely used in horses, primarily because of the cost associated with treatment.

General complications

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Specific drug toxicity

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed Papers

  • Recent references from PubMed and VetMedResource.
  • Luethy D, Frimberger A E, Bedenice D et al (2019) Retrospective evaluation of clinical outcome after chemotherapy for lymphoma in 15 equids (1991-2017). J Vet Intern Med 33 (2), 953-960 PubMed.
  • Theon A P, Pusterla N, Magdesian K G et al (2013) A pilot phase II study of the efficacy and biosafety of doxorubicin chemotherapy in tumor-bearing Equidae. J Vet Intern Med 27 (6), 1581-1588 PubMed.

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