RVT Journal Quiz: 40 Issue 2 Article 3 Mast Cell Tumour in the Dog

RVT Journal Quiz: 40 Issue 2 Article 3 Mast Cell Tumour in the Dog

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Which of the following is not seen with mast cell degranulation? *
The histologic grade of the cutaneous mast cell tumour is not predictive of its behaviour. *
Which of the following is not a breed known to be predisposed to developing a mast cell tumour? *
Fine needle aspiration is not usually diagnostic in cases of canine mast cell tumour. *
Tumours located in a mucocutaneous junction may have a worse prognosis than on the trunk. *
The following is not a step taken in staging a dog with a cutaneous mast cell tumour: *
Which of the following is not used to treat canine mast cell tumour? *
Chemotherapy should be considered in cases diagnosed with a Grade III mast cell tumour. *
What is an important step in safe handling of chemotherapeutic agents? *
The main role of radiation therapy is to address microscopic disease in cases of incompletely excised mast cell tumour. *