Neoplasia is an abnormal growth within a tissue or organ, usually forming a distinct mass commonly referred to as a tumor. Examples of treatment are listed below.
Also referred to as limb salvage, limb sparing surgical procedures are preformed on animals with bone tumors as an alternative to amputation.
Fluoroscopy is an imaging technique (x-rays) used to obtain real-time images of the internal structures of a patient. Advanced fluoroscopy has greatly improved the accuracy of incisions and hardware placement, while minimizing tissue trauma.
Limb amputation is a surgical procedure to remove a diseased or injured limb.