BRACHYCEPHALIC SURGERY- soft palate resection, sacculectomy, nares resection

2021-03-03T09:19:52+11:00

Overview: Dogs breeds like French and English bulldogs, Boston terriers, Pugs and Pekinese all have a head shape that is shorter and the structure of the throat and muzzle causes breathing obstructions. These dogs belong to a breed known [...]

BRACHYCEPHALIC SURGERY- soft palate resection, sacculectomy, nares resection2021-03-03T09:19:52+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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