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Category: Veterinary clinical diagnostics

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Clinical diagnostics laboratory

You did not get good news about your pet when you took him in to have his spleen removed. After the veterinary laboratory procedures were completed and the veterinary diagnostics team took X-rays that were required before the procedure, the team announced that they had found masses in your pet’s lungs. Unfortunately, the cancer that was found had metastasized, and the vet tech indicated that, sadly, the pet likely only has a few weeks to live. Left with this devastating news, you now had the equally devastating decision to make about how to proceed.
The loss of a pet is never easy, whether it is the sudden death caused by getting hit by a car, or whether it is a longer, more drawn out process inv

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