Canine lymphoma is the most commonly reported neoplastic haematological disorder. During the preliminary diagnosis of this disease it is important to plan a standard diagnostic approach in order to appropriately identify the disease, to formulate a correct prognostic judgement, and to undertake an adequate therapeutic protocol. In particular, the use of corticosteroids as single agents for the treatment of lymphoma is unadvised, as a negative association with the remission time following multidrug therapy has been demonstrated (Price et al., 1991). Moreover, an involvement of corticosteroids in the resistance to chemotherapeutic agents has been hypothesized.

Retrospective Survey Of Malignant Lymphoma Cases In The Dog: Clinical, Therapeutical And Prognostic Features.

GAVAZZA, ALESSANDRA;LUBAS, GEORGE;GUGLIUCCI, BIANCAURORA
2008

Abstract

Canine lymphoma is the most commonly reported neoplastic haematological disorder. During the preliminary diagnosis of this disease it is important to plan a standard diagnostic approach in order to appropriately identify the disease, to formulate a correct prognostic judgement, and to undertake an adequate therapeutic protocol. In particular, the use of corticosteroids as single agents for the treatment of lymphoma is unadvised, as a negative association with the remission time following multidrug therapy has been demonstrated (Price et al., 1991). Moreover, an involvement of corticosteroids in the resistance to chemotherapeutic agents has been hypothesized.
Gavazza, Alessandra; Lubas, George; Valori, E.; Gugliucci, Biancaurora
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