Neoplasia is relatively uncommon in horses compared with other species. Melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma and lymphoma are the usual culprits. Many veterinarians will spend their whole career without identifying any other type. But others do occur. And the new Oncology Virtual Issue from Equine Veterinary Education (EVE), the sister publication to the Equine Veterinary Journal, provides a useful resource of information about many different neoplastic conditions.
The first part consists of case reports and clinical commentaries. These are available free online. The second part provides an equine oncology resource, with review articles on selected neoplastic conditions, which are again free, together with numerous other articles covering topics ranging from skeletal and spinal neoplasia, to neoplasia of the thorax, head and reproductive glands.
Oncology Virtual Issue Part I: Case Reports and Clinical Commentaries
Oncology Virtual Issue Part II: Equine Oncology Resource