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thanks so much for your reply.
Can you please tell me - based on your experience, how often on average do cytology reports disagree with excisional biopsy results? Are tumors in cats more often benign or malignant?
Fibrosarcoma is not a malignant cancer?? what do you mean?
thanks so much for your time and for the articles - I really appreciate it.
Just one last thing.....since fibrosarcoma is not a malignant cancer, wouldn't the cells be appearing benign cytologically? I am sorry to keep bugging you......
one more thing - I am really sorry......
I just remembered one important fact. Banfield hospital, where my cat got her rabies vaccination 2.5 months ago, says that they always do rabies in the right side (the lump is appearing on my cat's left side). However, when my cat was getting her rabies injection, the doctor accidentally dropped the medicine from the syringe (she thought she injected it into the cat, but apparently injected it onto the table. So, she went to get a new syringe so that she could do it again. But I don't remember where she injected it after. And Banfield has no notes about the incident. Am just wondering, if you were in that situation, which side would you inject for the 2nd time (if you dropped the medicine the first time) - would you try the right again or would you do it to the left? Weird question, I know....but am trying to figure out whether it is the place of injection or not.....