BRACHYCEPHALIC SURGERY- soft palate resection, sacculectomy, nares resection

2020-11-13T22:31:28+11:00

Overview: Certain breeds of dogs and cats are prone to difficult, obstructive breathing because of the shape of their head, muzzle and throat. The most common dogs affected are the “brachycephalic” breeds. Brachycephalic means “short-headed.” Common examples of brachycephalic dog [...]

BRACHYCEPHALIC SURGERY- soft palate resection, sacculectomy, nares resection2020-11-13T22:31:28+11:00

ELBOW DYSPLASIA- Fragmented Medial Coronoid Process, Ununited Anconeal Process, Osteochondrosis (OCD)

2020-11-06T03:35:15+11:00

Overview: Figure 1; The lower bones of the elbow of the dog. The radius is at the front and the ulna at the back. Canine elbow dysplasia (ED) is a disease of the elbows of [...]

ELBOW DYSPLASIA- Fragmented Medial Coronoid Process, Ununited Anconeal Process, Osteochondrosis (OCD)2020-11-06T03:35:15+11:00

SPLENECTOMY

2020-11-13T22:39:54+11:00

Overview: ‘Splenic hematoma’ and ‘nodular hyperplasia’ are the most common non-cancerous lesions found in the spleen and account for 20–41% of all splenic lesions. They are benign (not harmful) masses of clotted blood. Surgical removal is curative. Hemangiosarcoma [...]

SPLENECTOMY2020-11-13T22:39:54+11:00

DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA REPAIR

2020-11-13T22:23:08+11:00

The diaphragm is the muscular separation between the chest and abdominal cavities that functions as a barrier and aids in respiration. Diaphragmatic hernia is the disruption of the diaphragm which allows abdominal organs to migrate into the chest cavity. Frequently, diaphragmatic hernias occur in conjunction with a traumatic event, such as being hit by a car; these animals can have multiple traumas that require medical attention.

DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA REPAIR2020-11-13T22:23:08+11:00
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