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location of 1 clip, which was connected by a string to the remaining clip, attached to the caudoventral aspect of the liver. B—The created genital tract model was covered by simulated abdominal organs (eg, spleen and intestines; the manufacturer

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first cannula. Puncture of the spleen was recorded as minor blood loss because no medical or surgical treatment was required. Bleeding from the ovarian pedicle was observed in 4 (2.5%) dogs. These incidents were classified as moderate blood loss because

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exposing the ovarian tissue owing to coverage of the intestinal tissue, omentum, mesentery, or spleen, an additional articulating instrument was placed through the multitrocar port. The 2 articulating instruments were entered through the 2 and 10 o

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affected patients. Previously reported complications associated with laparoscopic OVE and laparoscopic-assisted gastropexy include organ laceration and hemorrhage (notably from the spleen and ovarian pedicles), incisional dehiscence, and, less commonly

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ventrodorsal view (not shown) of the abdomen of this animal, the kidney margins were not visible. A round mass associated with the spleen is also evident in the cranioventral aspect of the abdomen. These images were obtained from medical records of Kansas State

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pigs into tubes containing EDTA and tissues (spleen, gastrohepatic lymph nodes, and tonsil) from necropsied pigs. However, because no pigs were actually ill on any farm, 2 to 3 healthy pigs were examined and blood samples were collected from them, and

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