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Posted By tdomf_d6e07 On September 28, 2013 @ 4:42 PM In Ask the Vet | 1 Comment
Our Abysinnian boy (12 1/2) had surgery for thymoma last November and we have just learned it has returned. Surgeon has advised that if it couldn’t be removed completely during the first surgery there wouldn’t be any point repeating the surgery.
What results are we likely to get from radiotherapy?
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