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  • Oral SCC Therapy: Single modality therapy = 60-90 days NC Postorino et al; JAHHA Sept ‘93 Mandibulectomy and RT = 12-14 months CA Hutson et al; JAVMA Sept ‘92 Controversial amongst oncologists Not been able to be reproduced Most oncologists feel median survival = 4-6 months Tri-modality therapy (sx/RT/chemo) Being investigated presently Anecdotally appears to be 6-9 months 1 year survival rarely exceeds 10% in cats following any modality.
  • Oral SCC Generally POOR - GRAVE prognosis Human HNSCC (head & neck SCC) Also extremely invasive w/poor prognosis Overexpress EGFR (epidermal growth factor receptor) Increased growth rate Increased chemoresistance Increased radioresistance EGFR inhibitors alone in people = responses EGFR inhib + chemo/RT = dramatic responses

Veterinary Oral Surgery for Dogs and Cats Part II Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Veterinary Oral Surgery Part II Brett Beckman, DVM, FAVD Diplomate AVDC, AAPM President, American Veterinary Dental Society
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    • SCC
    • Fibrosarcoma
    • Melanoma
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  • 21. “ Honestly officer, I really wasn't speeding”
  • 22. Rostral Mandibulectomy
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  • 65. Split Palatal U Flap
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  • 81. Labial Advancement Flap
  • 82. Courtesy of Barron Hall, DVM, DAVDC
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  • 92. Bilateral Release Graft for Hard/Soft Palatal Cleft
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  • 104. www.veterinarydentistry.net/blog