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been described in dogs in multiple studies 20–23 and has been associated with a faster return to activity after surgery, compared with an open ovariectomy technique. A recent study 24 compared laparotomy and laparoscopy for management of ORS in human

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exploratory laparotomy for colic during this time period were reviewed. Horses with a confirmed wire foreign body in the abdomen were included as cases in the study. Cases were categorized either as horses that were discharged alive from the hospital

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anesthetic induction with diazepam and ketamine or xylazine and ketamine, with subsequent maintenance of anesthesia with isoflurane, in foals undergoing laparotomy and laparoscopy. Materials and Methods Animals —The University of Guelph Animal Care

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every 5 to 6 weeks. The cat was reported to have undergone ovariohysterectomy prior to its adoption from a local animal shelter 15 months before this examination. Exploratory laparotomy was performed by a local veterinarian 4 months after the cat had

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peritoneal effusion was observed. Fine-needle aspiration biopsy of the thickened foci of the abomasal wall was not attempted because the owner opted for a surgical approach to correct the abomasal displacement. A right standing exploratory laparotomy was

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, degree of invasiveness, expense of equipment, and the ability to enable a treated cow to return to profitability within the milking herd. Historically, diagnosis and repair of LDA have been the sole responsibility of veterinarians. Surgical (laparotomy

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or via a ventral midline laparotomy Materials and Methods Selection of cases —Medical records from the Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and The Animal Medical Center were reviewed for any patient that had a

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have been successfully ligated. 1,2 Disadvantages of performing direct mesenteric lymphangiography as described by Kagan and Breznock 4 include that an invasive abdominal procedure, usually a paracostal laparotomy, must be performed to allow

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of SII with BLIS for reduction of postoperative pain in dogs undergoing an exploratory laparotomy. The objective of this study was to compare postoperative pain in dogs undergoing exploratory laparotomy that received SII with saline or BLIS

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associated with a higher risk of GDV in dogs. Materials and Methods Case selection criteria —Medical records were searched for dogs that underwent exploratory laparotomy or abdominal ultrasonography at the Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital of the

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