Prostate cancer for older dogs and cats are not common, prostate cancer are more reported, and many species occur in medium and large dogs. Canine prostate cancer treatment options is as belows.
Cause is unclear, increasing age, and castration will increase the risk of illness.
Prostate cancer occurs most often in medium to large breeds when dogs are over the age of 7 years of age, castration dogs are not equal to the proportion of the incidence of canine castration.
Current transfers to the surface and in vivo ileal lymph nodes, lumbar spine and pelvic bones.
When multiple manifestations of bone metastases and bone pain, hardening.
Transfer can also be developed to the colon and pelvic muscles, as well as the lungs.
Dogs with severe prostate cancer, there will be loss of appetite and weight loss, hindlimb weakness or stiffness, defecation tenesmus. Pain, urinary dripping, and difficulties in urinating, occasional bloody urethral discharge.
In the early days, finger rectal examination will show the prostate hard nodules within the substance.
Usually the prostate will increase, with asymmetry, hardening and no activity. Touching the abdomen or rectum operation will be shown to pain response.According to the transfer of different ways, azotemia and urinary tract obstruction symptoms will appear.
Prostatic hyperplasia, BPH, prostatitis, cancer, prostate cyst.
voltage radiation therapy and resection of the prostate can be used for early detection of cases without metastasis.
An effective chemotherapy regimen has not yet established, castration and estrogen therapy seems to be no effect on the development process of the disease.