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the marble is evident. An 18-year-old Standardbred mare (mare 4) with a history of 2 previous live foals was referred for evaluation. The last foal had been born by cesarean section 5 years previously because of dystocia. The mare was then

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puppies in 1 study 7 delivered by caesarean section. Thus, for many purebred dogs, information on breed may provide insight into the predisposition for certain diseases. On the other hand, breeding primarily on the basis of appearance has, at least in

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-old horse; repair of a 1-hour-old, 10 × 10-cm cutaneous wound that had resulted in a ventrally hanging triangular flap with smooth tissue margins over the pectoral muscles of a 1-year-old horse; and emergency cesarean section in a 5-year-old cow that had

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(epidural) anesthesia in cesarean sections in which low-dose (“walking”) epidural anesthesia is still the preferred technique. 43 , 44 For abdominal procedures, 2 techniques are of special interest and worth mentioning: the TAP block and the quadratus

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previously anticipated delivery date for nongravid bitches or during cesarean section for pregnant bitches; however, some samples were obtained at other times as requested by an owner or when necessitated by the clinical condition of the patient. Uterine

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time of birth (for the foal delivered by cesarean section) to 11 weeks old, with a median age of 3 days. Hind limb lameness was first observed at a median age of 10 days (range, 4 to 71 days). Foals displayed bilateral hind limb lameness (n = 4), left

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), and maropitant (1.0 mg/kg, IV). In addition, 17 days earlier, the dog had undergone cesarean section without complication to deliver 3 pups. Figure 1— Right lateral (A) and ventrodorsal (B) thoracic radiographic images of a 3.5-year-old 5-kg (11

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elective orchiectomy and ovariohysterectomy. Additionally, perioperative exposure to sDAP of bitches undergoing cesarean section might contribute to the maintenance of lactation. Although it has been reported that cesar-ean section (with or without

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concentrations of oxygen. Veterinary medicine has adopted the practice of preoxygenation for specific situations, including brachycephalic patients 17 and patients undergoing cesarean section. 18 However, to the authors' knowledge, there have been no

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regarding the fate of this remaining fetus. Surgery (cesarean section) was performed on the wild Riparian brush rabbit, yielding 1 live and 2 dead kits. Three live fetuses had been noted on abdominal ultrasonography prior to surgery, and the cause of death

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