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Abstract

Careful Surgery, Management and Treatment of Feline (Cat) Breast Cancer

Objective: The aim of present study investigates the advanced breast cancer (malignant mammary tumors) surgical removal, effects of drugs and improving the quality of life. The terms of tumor and cancer are sometimes used interchangeably which can be misleading, there are two type of tumor, benign and malignant, but all tumors are not a cancerous. Methods: The study was conducted in Richmond Crawford Veterinary Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan (RCVH). A 13-year old female Household Pet Cat about 2 kg body weight was presented with the barest swelling complaint in a Richmond Crawford Veterinary Hospital, Karachi. There was partial reduction in swelling the right nipple, reaped growth of tumors, ulceration, oozing yellowish fluid. After the tentative clinical and laboratory diagnosis the excessive growth of tumor was removed surgically. Then we applied available medicines like injection Adriamycin 1mg/kg I/V, syp- cyclophosphamide 0.2mg/kg, and syp- vidayline 2 tea spoons morning and evening, every 24 hours for fifteen days. Results: And after the fifteen days the cat wound decreased gradually and successfully and improving the quality of life. Then again coming after six months for a checking there were no signs of breast cancer. Conclusions: For the better recovery of breast cancer, we recommended surgical intervention to remove the infected tissues and regularly washed with povidone and provide recommended medicine like injection Adriamycin 1mg/kg I/V, syp-cyclophosphamide 0.2mg/kg, and syp- vidayline 2 tea spoons every 24 hours for fifteen days.


Author(s):

Meena Memon, Assar Ali Shah, Alam Zeb Khan, Azizza Sifeeldein, Yuan Xianjun, Liu Qinhua, Hager Yonis Alhaag, Anwar Kamal Khan, Mudasir Nazar, Iftikhar Ali Shah and Tao Shao



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