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Indications for biliary surgery in dogs include neoplasia of the bile duct, obstructive choleliths, inflammatory biliary tract diseases, rupture of the biliary tract, gallbladder infarction, gallbladder mucocele, extrahepatic neoplasia, and

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treatments in this report overall with a survival to discharge rate of 50%, though details related to the trauma cases were not separated from other causes. In a previous study 13 of 60 dogs undergoing extrahepatic biliary surgery with 4 being secondary to

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most common indication for gastrojejunostomy tube placement. Other indications for gastrojejunostomy tube placement included pancreatic disease (n = 9) and extrahepatic biliary surgery (6). Pancreatic diseases ( Table 2 ) in which a gastrojejunostomy

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. Findings were suggestive of, but inconclusive for, lymphosarcoma in an additional 3 cats, and IBD was incorrectly diagnosed in the remaining 4 cats. Factors associated with long-term survival following biliary surgery in dogs 1451 Reported mortality

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.003   Hypoalbuminemia * (< 2.5 g/dL) 15/33 (45) 44/169 (26) 2.4 1.10–5.10 0.028 During surgery             Foreign body * 2/35 (6) 70/188 (37) 0.1 0.02–0.44 0.002   Biliary surgery * 4/35 (11) 5/188 (3) 4.8 1

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SJ Mayhew PD Drobatz KJ , et al. Variables associated with outcome in dogs undergoing extrahepatic biliary surgery: 60 cases (1988–2002) . Vet Surg 2004 ; 33 : 644 – 649 . 10.1111/j.1532-950X.2004.04087.x 2. Mehler SJ . Complications of

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infection, 11 but of the 16 cultures obtained in this study, only 2 were positive. In a study 24 of 34 dogs undergoing biliary surgery, 4 of which had pancreatitis and EHBO, 24 dogs had bacterial cultures of bile, abdominal fluid, or liver, resulting in a

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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1409-2052 Eric Monnet https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0058-2210 References 1. Mehler SJ , Mayhew PD , Drobatz KJ , Holt DE . Variables associated with outcome in dogs undergoing extrahepatic biliary surgery

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. Amsellem PM Selm HB MacPhail CM , et al. Long-term survival and risk factors associated with biliary surgery in dogs: 34 cases (1994–2004) . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2006 ; 229 : 1451 – 1457 . 10.2460/javma.229.9.1451 4. Berent A Weisse C

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invasive biliary surgery once the patient is stabilized. 22 The use of cholecystostomy tubes 23 or decompressive cholecystocentesis 24 are other minimally invasive options for temporary biliary decompression, although these procedures do not allow

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