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intoxication were lower for cattle examined after 1985 than for cattle examined before this time. See PAGE 955 Comparison between coelioscopy and coeliotomy for liver biopsy in channel catfish Ventral midline celiotomy has been advocated for many

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gastric and esophageal pressure necrosis and perforation. Findings illustrate the need for immediate surgical intervention in such cases. See page 537 Indications, complications, and outcome of horses undergoing repeated celiotomy within 14 days

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of the urine stream exiting the penile urethra. See PAGE 1067 Comparison of survival rates for geriatric versus nongeriatric horses following exploratory celiotomy for colic Age can be a major factor considered by owners in determining

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ulceration, meibomian gland dysfunction, and tear film deficiencies, on doxycycline concentrations in the tear film must be evaluated. See page 508 Predictors of intestinal surgical site failure in dogs with septic peritonitis following celiotomy

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previous level of activity. See page 1162 Hand-assisted laparoscopic surgical technique for closure of an extensive mesojejunal rent in a horse A ventral midline celiotomy was performed in a 7-year-old gelding with signs of acute abdominal pain

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popularity of pet pigs is a fairly recent phenomenon. Thus, little information is available on the outcome of gastrointestinal tract surgery in these animals. In a review of medical records for 11 pet pigs that underwent celiotomy, the 5 pigs with intestinal

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retroperitoneal perirenal fat, and an exploratory celiotomy was performed. A tear in the right dorsal tendinous portion of the diaphragm was noted, with the right kidney and perirenal fat displaced into the thorax. Diaphragmatic herniorrhaphy was performed after

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celiotomy was then performed, and intestinal contents were evacuated. Following surgery, the mare was managed with IV fluid therapy, partial parenteral nutrition, antimicrobials, and NSAIDs for 5 to 7 days before being gradually reintroduced to a complete

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hydraulic occluder via a ventral midline celiotomy. Immediately prior to implantation, patients underwent cystoscopy to confirm the absence of ureteral ectopia. Following surgery, all 3 patients attained complete continence, needing 0 or 1 inflation of the

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hemorrhage syndrome Jejunal hemorrhage syndrome has emerged as an economically important, sporadic, acute disease of adult cattle associated with a high mortality rate. In a review of 31 dairy cattle with JHS that underwent celiotomy, 18 (58%) survived

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