Dr. Northrup is an associate professor of oncology and Chief of Outpatient Medicine at the University of Georgia.
Introduction to common chemotherapy agents (Proceedings)
Goals of chemotherapy: tumor control, prolonged survival, maintain quality of life.
Feline oral tumors (Proceedings)
Oral tumors in cats present a challenge. These tumors are usually noticed only at very advanced stages.
Managing complications of chemotherapy (Proceedings)
Chemotherapy can cause adverse effects in veterinary cancer patients.
Update on canine melanoma (Proceedings)
Malignant melanoma is the most common oral tumor in the dog.
Introduction to radiation therapy (Proceedings)
Use of energy (photons) or energized particles (electrons, protons, neutrons) to kill cancer cells.
Mast cell tumors in dogs and cats (Proceedings)
Mast cells are normal inflammatory cells that are produced in the bone marrow and mature in connective or mucosal tissues.
Early detection of cancer requires persistent checks
The eyes are often a site of primary or metastatic neoplasia.
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