Stomach Tumors

Surgical Diseases: HEAD
Surgical Diseases: NECK
Surgical Diseases: CHEST
Surgical Diseases: LIVER, SPLEEN & PANCREAS
Surgical Diseases: STOMACH & INTESTINE
Surgical Diseases: URINARY SYSTEM

Stomach Tumors

Stomach tumors occur in both feline and canine patients.

How are stomach tumors diagnosed?

You, your family veterinarian, and Dr. Jha (Board certified Surgeon) will use multiple diagnostic modalities to diagnose your pet. Your primary care veterinarian will do a physical exam, bloodwork and X-rays to begin the diagnosis. An abdominal ultrasound will need to be performed to characterize the mass and samples can be taken to determine the type of mass present.

How are stomach tumors treated?

Surgical treatment gives the best prognosis in pets suffering from this disease (though variable depending on the type and location of the mass).

Complications

Post-operative pancreatitis, vomiting/regurgitation, and recurrence of the tumor can occur post-operatively.

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery

General Surgery

Neurological Surgery