|Keywords:||lung tumor, cancer, dog, canine, device|
As part of this study, your dog will receive the same diagnostic tests and care that any other dog with lung tumors presented to the UC Davis VMTH would receive. If you agree to enroll your dog in the trial, your dog will be randomly assigned to a particular device which will be used to inject dye into the lung tumor; additionally, your dog will undergo a contrast CT scan while under anesthesia. After the CT scan, your dog will be taken to surgery as per standard of care for lung tumors.
You will be responsible for keeping all scheduled appointments and covering costs associated with the diagnosis of your dog’s cancer prior to enrollment as well as any costs outside of the provided credits. Your dog’s participation ends after the CT scan has been completed.
We are looking for dogs diagnosed with lung tumors.
Bloodwork (CBC, Chemistry Panel), chest x-rays, and thoracic ultrasound are needed to determine eligibility.
Have any questions or want to learn more? Leave your contact details below and the research team will reach out to you.