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Oncology.ppt

  1. 1. Small Animal Clinical OncologySmall Animal Clinical Oncology College Hour Presentation November 11, 2005
  2. 2. Small Animal Clinical Oncology • Where we started • Who we are now • How the Service works • Options available for patients
  3. 3. Small Animal Oncology at TAMU 1978 - Present • DVM – Univ. of Missouri, 1973 • TAMU Clinical Pathology residency, 1974-76 • Faculty, Univ. of Missouri, 1976-1978 • Faculty, TAMU, 1978- present • Professor • Diplomate, ACVIM (Internal Medicine, Oncology)
  4. 4. Small Animal Oncology at TAMU 1978-Present • DVM – LSU, 1982 • Intern – UGA • TAMU IM residency – 1983-1986 • Barton meltdown period • Faculty, TAMU – 1986- present • Professor • Diplomate, ACVIM (Internal Medicine, Oncology)
  5. 5. Small Animal Oncology – The Barton/Rogers Millennium
  6. 6. The Small Animal Oncology Service
  7. 7. The Small Animal Oncology Service
  8. 8. The Small Animal Oncology Service
  9. 9. Small Animal Clinical Oncology: Teaching Responsibilities
  10. 10. Small Animal Clinical Oncology: Patient and Owner Care
  11. 11. The Small Animal Oncology Service • Referral Only Service • In-House Oncology Consultation • Consultation with Veterinarians
  12. 12. The Small Animal Oncology Service • In-house cytology collection and submission • In-house cytology consultation • Intraoperative cytology
  13. 13. The Small Animal Oncology Service - Case Management • Referral • History and examination by student • Examination by DVM
  14. 14. The Small Animal Oncology Service – Case Management • Diagnostic testing • Treatment options • Proceed with customized plan
  15. 15. The Small Animal Oncology Service – Customized Treatment
  16. 16. The Small Animal Oncology Service – Customized Treatment
  17. 17. The Small Animal Oncology Service – Customized Treatment
  18. 18. Oncology Treatment Options – Definitive Surgery
  19. 19. Oncology Treatment Options – Palliative or Adjunctive Surgery
  20. 20. Oncology Treatment Options - Surgery
  21. 21. Oncology Treatment Options – Radiation Therapy Teletherapy: Cobalt 60 Brachytherapy: Iridium 192 Strontium 90
  22. 22. Oncology Treatment Options – Radiation Therapy
  23. 23. Oncology Treatment Options – Radiation Therapy
  24. 24. Oncology Treatment Options – Palliative or Adjunctive Radiation
  25. 25. Challenges for Radiation Therapy at TAMU • Estimated life of current Cobalt source: 2-3 years • Linear accelerators are standard of care • Cases requiring radiation with Lin accel referred or not accepted • Required therapy modality for Oncology patients • Needed for residency program and new hires
  26. 26. Oncology Treatment Options - Chemotherapy • Responsive tumors • Palliative therapy • Systemic therapy
  27. 27. Oncology Treatment Options – Chemotherapy • Toxicity Issues • Patient • Client • Veterinary Personnel
  28. 28. Oncology Treatment Options – Chemotherapy • Toxicity Issues • Patient • Client • Veterinary Personnel
  29. 29. Chemotherapy Safety for Personnel
  30. 30. Chemotherapy Safety for Personnel
  31. 31. Chemotherapy Safety for Personnel
  32. 32. Oncology Treatment Options – Supportive Care
  33. 33. Academic Service • Dr. Barton • Chair, Dept. Promotion & Tenure Committee • Curriculum Committee • Leads Dept. in Teaching Hours • Coordinator, VSAM 954, VSAM 955 and VMID 921 • Cytology elective • SA Repro elective • Promotion Comm III • Dr. Rogers • Associate Department Head • Clinical Scheduling Coordinator • Intern/Resident Coordinator • Oncology elective • Oncology House Officer rounds • Promotion Comm III
  34. 34. The Small Animal Oncology Service
  35. 35. Questions?

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