Periódicos Brasileiros em Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia

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Consensus for the Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment of Canine Mammary Tumors 2013

Cassali, Geovanni DLavalle, Gleidice EFerreira, EnioEstrela-Lima, AlessandraNardi, Andrigo B. DeGhever, CristinaSobral, Renata AAmorim, Renne LOliveira, Luciana OSueiro, Felipe A. RBeserra, Hugo E. OBertagnolli, Angélica CGamba, Conrado ODamasceno, Karine ACampos, Cecilia BAraujo, Marina RCampos, Liliane CMonteiro, Lidianne NNunes, Fernanda CHorta, Rodrigo SReis, Diego CLuvizotto, Maria Cecilia RMagalhães, Georgia MRaposo, Josiane BFerreira, Ana M. RTanaka, Neide MGrandi, FabrizioUbukata, RodrigoBatschinski, KarenTerra, Erika MSalvador, Rosana C. LJark, Paulo CDelecrodi, Juliana E. RNascimento, Nara ASilva, Danielle NSilva, Laís PFerreira, Kelly Cristine R. SFrehse, Michele SSantis, Giovana W. diSilva, Elisângela OGuim, Tainã NKerr, BeatrizCintra, Priscila PSilva, Franciele B. FLeite, Juliana SMello, Marcela F. VFerreira, Maria de Lourdes GFukumasu, HeidgeSalgado, Breno STorres, Rafael

The purpose of this paper is to establish criteria that could guide the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of caninemammary neoplasias. It was elaborated during the Mammary Pathology Meeting: Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment ofthe Canine Mammary Neoplasia, held on November 6th and 7th, 2010 in Belo Horizonte – MG, Brazil. Academics fromseveral regions of Brazil were present and contributed to this work. After three years, a new discussion was foundnecessary in order to address important questions: 1 - Have Brazilian DVMs applied the consensus? 2 - What were the maindifficulties in applying the consensus? 3 - What were the obtained results? 4 - What were the main differences among thevarious oncology services/groups? 5 - How could the criteria be improved and uniformed? A spreadsheet that allowed datacollection and an abstract was submitted by each oncology service/group from various parts of the country. Based on theabstracts we identified the main differences in diagnosis and therapeutic conducts among the groups. These differences haveguided the discussions of the II Mammary Pathology Meeting and the publication of a second consensus that has beenrevised and updated. The II Mammary Pathology Meeting: Diagnosis, Prognosis and Treatment of the Canine mamaryNeoplasia, was held on December 9th, 10thand 11th, 2013 in Belo Horizonte – MG, sponsored by the Laboratory ofComparative Pathology of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), with the support of the Brazilian Associationof Veterinary Pathology (ABPV) and Brazilian Association of Veterinary Oncology (ABROVET). Academics from severalregions of Brazil were present and contributed to this work.(AU)

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