Has anyone ever dealt with significant pathologic hemorrhage, a hemangiosarcoma
Given the presence of significant pathologic hemorrhage, a
hemangiosarcoma is considered most likely. Findings need to be
interpreted in conjunction with any other relevant information and the
clinical impression. Thank you for including the relevant clinical
history; it is greatly appreciated.
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