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surgery. Antimicrobials were administered prophylactically before the start of surgery. The surgical approach was a standard right flank laparotomy with a paravertebral nerve block. When a previous laparotomy had been performed within ≤ 2 weeks, abdominal

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physical assistance. The dog seemed mildly anxious but showed signs of normal mentation, and findings on cranial nerve examinations were clinically normal. There were moderate signs of pain elicited upon paravertebral palpation at the level of the

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. 40 The paravertebral and line block were the second most common regional blocks used. The line block involves infusion of local anesthetic into the incision site, 41 and in our teaching hospital some technicians and clinicians place this block

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(approx 23°C) for 24 hours, and the segment T13 through L3 was dissected from the other tissues, including the associated soft tissues (ie, paravertebral musculature and the intertransverse, supraspinous, and interspinous ligaments), without disturbing the

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– 660 . 10.1111/1471-0528.14181 8. Fortier S , Hanna HA , Bernard A , Girard C . Comparison between systemic analgesia, continuous wound catheter analgesia and continuous thoracic paravertebral block: a randomised, controlled trial of

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clinical impact of the techniques investigated on muscular stabilization remain unclear. In vivo, the musculoskeletal apparatus is thought to play an important role in vertebral stability, 23 although it is unclear whether the paravertebral muscles exert

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articular facets, compressive mass or neoplasia (principally spinal enzootic lymphosarcoma), intervertebral disk disease, fibrocartilaginous emboli, and paravertebral soft tissue injury. 1–7 The effusion in the left tarsal and femorotibial joints made it

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maintained at > 37.0°C (100.5°F). Electromyographic evaluation of the head, paravertebral, and limb muscles was performed with a concentric needle electrode. For electroneurography, stimulation of the right tibial and left ulnar nerves was performed by use of

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a standing right flank laparotomy after establishment of distal paravertebral nerve blockade. Some cows received additional local anesthetic agent infiltration caudal to the last rib. Attempts were made to be consistent with regard to each surgical

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on a DV or VD radiograph than on LLR or RLR views. 3,7,8 Anatomic structures in the caudodorsal mediastinum include the dorsal intercostal arteries and veins, esophagus, thoracic duct, right and left paravertebral ganglia and associated nerves

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