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New Trials

The purpose of this study is to determine whether extracorporeal shockwave therapy, which is a treatment that delivers a series of low-energy shock waves to a designed area, decreases low back pain in dogs diagnosed with clinically evident low back (lumbosacral) pain.
This study will focus on assessing whether PS-OCT (a new type of optical coherence tomography) could help us improve the accuracy to detect residual cancer in dogs following soft tissue sarcoma or mammary cancer removal. 

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