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, and ruptures along the urinary tract; prostatic disease; and congenital anomalies such as ectopic ureters. 1,2 In the dog of the present report, this procedure allowed differentiation between the urinary bladder and uterine stump, and the use of

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previous experimental study, 16 10 clinically normal dogs all retained urinary continence after a total prostatectomy, whereas in other studies, 17,18 93% to 100% of dogs with prostatic disease became incontinent after total prostatectomy.Those reports

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.1002/1097-0045(20001001)45:2<173::AID-PROS12>3.0.CO;2-R 3. Feeney DA , Johnston GR , Klausner JS Canine prostatic disease—comparison of radiographic appearance with morphologic and microbiologic findings: 30 cases (1981–1985) . J Am Vet Med Assoc 1987 ; 190 : 1018

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pertaining to prostatic disease (dyschezia, dysuria, or signs of hind limb pain or ataxia) in the dog of this report, histologic examination of sections of the prostate gland revealed evidence of prostatic carcinoma. Gross confirmation of prostatic carcinoma

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of prostate size in normal dogs and relationship to bodyweight and age . J Small Anim Pract . 1999 ; 40 ( 3 ): 119 – 122 . 4. Smith J. Canine prostatic disease: a review of anatomy, pathology, diagnosis, and treatment . Theriogenology

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and to further investigate the relation of the presence of this structure to the reported clinical signs, surgery was performed. If distension or dilation of the DD is observed, an underlying prostatic disease should be suspected. 11 The initial

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to the prostatic disease that necessitates the procedure and previous urethral dysfunction. 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 In men, low preoperative MUCP is a prognostic factor for persistent incontinence after radical prostatectomy. 19 In healthy adult dogs

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10 (24%) dogs, and this finding was confirmed at the time of surgery. Urinary bladder retroflexion was not diagnosed in any other dogs at the time of surgery. Prostatic disease was identified in 15 (37%) dogs and included a large prostate (13), an

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age and 95% to 100% of sexually intact dogs > 9 years old. 29,34,66,124,125 Dogs with BPH are predisposed to prostatic cysts, prostatitis, and prostatic abscesses. 66,67,124,125 In a study 67 of multiple prostatic disease processes, BPH was found to

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, et al. Assessment of vascular perfusion kinetics using contrast-enhanced ultrasound for the diagnosis of prostatic disease in dogs . Reprod Domest Anim 2011 ; 46 : 209 – 213 . 10.1111/j.1439-0531.2010.01629.x 7. Bonekamp D Jacobs MA El

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