2007 journal article

Correlation between perioperative factors and successful outcome in fibrosarcoma resection in cats

VETERINARY RECORD, 161(6), 199–200.

By: K. Davis n, E. Hardie n, F. Martin n, J. Zhu n & C. Brownie n

MeSH headings : Animals; Cat Diseases / epidemiology; Cat Diseases / etiology; Cat Diseases / pathology; Cat Diseases / surgery; Cats; Female; Fibrosarcoma / epidemiology; Fibrosarcoma / surgery; Fibrosarcoma / veterinary; Male; Muscle Neoplasms / epidemiology; Muscle Neoplasms / surgery; Muscle Neoplasms / veterinary; North Carolina / epidemiology; Perioperative Care / veterinary; Postoperative Complications / veterinary; Retrospective Studies; Treatment Outcome
TL;DR: This retrospective study evaluated 153 cats with histologically confirmed fibrosarcoma that were presented to the North Carolina State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital between October 1990 and November 2004 and found that length of surgery was the only surgical factor that was significantly correlated with increased wound complications. (via Semantic Scholar)
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