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amymeme
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PostSubject: Re: Found a 3rd lump, this one is not the same...Update   Found a 3rd lump, this one is not the same...Update - Page 2 EmptyTue Apr 12, 2016 5:57 pm

I'm so glad it is benign! Like the others - I would widen the margins now. In people, this has a very low incidence of malignant transformation. In my brief search, I did not find this to be true for dogs. Assuming its soft tissue and not boney.

Again, I'm thrilled it is benign!
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@jbealer wrote:
Got the call from the Vet.
Sierra had a Plasmacytoma and its benign!
Down side is we should go back in and take a better margin on the area now that we know what it was. Don't know if we should just take care of it now, or wait to see if it comes back...
Anyone have any experience with this?
My gut says to take care of it now and not wait.

Thank you all for the support!

I can't say anything, even after Google, I know as little now about a Plasmacytoma now as I did when I started reading. Very glad that it turned out to be benign.


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Female Join date : 2009-05-29
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Thanks everyone, Al im glad im not the only one that felt that way.

She is going back in tomorrow to have the margins taken care of. A vet i have not met is doing the surgery...

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Sierra made it through another surgery yesterday, they still did the local but had to give some gas to calm her down. I owe my baby girl a trip to the park with me and not to the vet!

here is her new scar, it is larger and the stitches are hidden and will just go away.
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She was restless last night and i did not get much sleep.

Hoping this is the last thing she has to deal with.

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It looks good Jenn...poor Sierra, I am sure she is done with it all. Fingers crossed that she will no longer have these issues.
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@jbealer wrote:

Hoping this is the last thing she has to deal with.

Me, too!!!
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Bodhi and I hope Sierra is on the road to chasing squirrels (and Jack) again soon!
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From the looks of those two pictures - I can't even see the stitches through the hair that's grown out - it looks like the Surgeon did a good job.

Like everyone else, I hope that Sierra is on her way to putting all this behind her and getting on with enjoying her life. Toes and paws crossed from my pack.
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me too.
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