Sondel Family Veterinary Clinic
A benign bulge or tumour may only need to be watched for growth, the veterinarian may advise. Surgery is frequently advised as a treatment for malignant tumours. The following are a few such lumps and tumours to be aware of.
In companion animal medicine, the growth of benign and cancerous tumors is a prevalent issue. Our highly skilled surgical and anesthetic staff specialize in removing these masses at our state-of-the-art facilities. With their expertise, we ensure safe and effective tumor removal, prioritizing the well-being and health of our patients.
The surgeon might remove the tumor with electrocautery. Sutures will be used to close the incision, frequently in many layers. The suture could be absorbable or not.
At Sondel Family Veterinary Clinic, the removed tissue is regularly sent to a reference diagnostic lab for review by a board-certified clinical pathologist. Based on the histopathologic analysis, additional treatment suggestions are given.