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Calcium chloride for treatment of subcutaneous lipomas in dogs

Calcium chloride for treatment of subcutaneous lipomas in dogs

Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 186(5): 492-494

Ten dogs were selected for treatment of s.c. lipomas (n = 18) with intratumor injection of 10% calcium chloride. At 6-mo. follow up, 4 tumors had regressed completely and 14 were < 50% of their original size. Skin necrosis overlying treated tumors developed in 3 dogs. [The use of this technique in older dogs with high surgical risk was outlined.].

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