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proposed novel, geometric, landmark-guided, surgical approaches to the SCLN, ALN, and SILN in canine cadavers with the goal of reducing dissection times, tissue trauma, and subjective difficulty of these lymphadenectomies. 10 These approaches were based on

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, adequately, or smoothly. 3 Despite these expectations, only 13% of students reported exposure to arthrocentesis during any phase of their veterinary curriculum. 4 In most veterinary schools, frozen-thawed cadavers are utilized for teaching laboratories as

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evaluate an AC approach for ECPC in phakic bovine cadaver eyes, including the number of CCIs necessary to effectively treat the complete circumference (360°) of the CPs, and correlate the acute visible and histologic effects to determine appropriate ECPC

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purposes. 1–4 Consequently, the use of cadavers and synthetic models for training purposes has been increasing. 3–5 In both veterinary and human medicine, many commercial synthetic intestinal models have been developed to replace live animals and patients

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-profile gastrostomy tubes in humans and were initially evaluated in canine cadavers but without biomechanical testing. 14 Biomechanical comparison of T-fasteners with other standard surgical techniques for prophylactic gastropexy in canine cadavers has been reported

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was in an open or closed position. The purpose of the study reported here was to evaluate the effect of bilateral ventriculocordectomy via ventral laryngotomy in larynges of canine cadavers on LAR with the epiglottis open and closed. We hypothesized

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described and the primary focus is placed on the osseous structures. The purpose of the study of this report was to provide a detailed description of cross-sectional anatomic structures of the manus in cadavers of dogs without forelimb disease and to

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were placed in saline solution and stored at 4°C. Figure 1— Photograph of an enterectomy plus serosal patch created with segments of healthy canine cadaveric small intestine. The enterectomy site (white arrow) is covered by the serosal patch that

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use of a proposed 100° drill angle in a dorsoventral plane was still 23%. In another study, 15 the misplacement risk was reduced to 10% by use of ilial landmarks for screw hole drilling. These 2 studies were conducted on cadavers; therefore, the

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cadavers; significant differences were consistent with joint location and function of each ligament. Thoroughbreds had a higher elastic modulus in the PIP and MCP joints than did horses of other breeds. There was a negative relationship between horse height

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