The dog's front paws swelled

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Edema of the limb in the dog. What should I do? = (

Posted on 28 March 2008 - 23:36

Hello. Exactly one year ago the rottweiler's dog, 10 years old, operated on the perimeters (probably wrote incorrectly) at the same time removed several of the mammary glands. Right now, her right front paw is very swollen. X-ray showed nothing. The operating doctor said that this metastasis. analysis-histology showed: a low-grade cancer. How can I remove the swelling of the paw? What kind of anesthesia is needed? Help if anyone knows.
P.S. I do not quite understand how to put an X-ray in the computer. When trying to photograph on the photos too many "highlights". And it's simply impossible to scan such a large picture on a home scanner. Tell me please.

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Posted on March 31, 2008 - 02:47 AM

perhaps the cause in the metastasis of the lymph node and the violation of the outflow of lymph from the limb. It is very difficult to help, but remotely impossible - you need to inspect the animal. Ask the doctor to prescribe anesthesia