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Study to investigate the use of fine needle aspiration techniques

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IN our current ageing canine population, neoplasia is increasingly common and affects around 15 in every 1000 dogs annually. Diagnosis of the tumour may be achieved by cytology of fine needle aspirates or histopathology of incisional or excisional biopsy samples. Fine needle aspiration (FNA) is a fast and inexpensive technique that is well tolerated, does not require general anaesthesia …

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