2 tips for better oral tumor biopsies
CVC educator Barden Greenfield, DVM, DAVDC, shared a lot of advice about oral tumor types diagnosis and treatment in a recent session. Here are two tips that stood out to one interested attendee.
When it comes to oral tumors, there's little room for error-and little room to maneuver. But dvm360 Business Channel Director Brendan Howard is here with two tips from CVC educator Barden Greenfield, DVM, DAVDC, who has a suggestion of where to send biopsies and advice for helping your specialist lab with diagnoses. Watch the video to learn all about it or check the tips out underneath:
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Before you send possible oral tumor samples to your lab of choice, get a picture-a before-you-cut-anything-out-or-sample-anything picture. Pathologists like to see the visual evidence of tumors, where they were in the mouth and how things looked, when they judge your samples.