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prospectively compare the outcomes in dogs randomly assigned for herniorrhaphy using either the EIOM or FLG technique during a follow-up of 12 months. Comparison of recurrence was the main objective and in addition we evaluated clinical signs related to

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

study reported here was to establish reference intervals for cytologic and biochemical variables in peritoneal fluid, blood, and plasma in calves with congenital umbilical hernias before and after herniorrhaphy; assess whether those variables in calves

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

. Abdominal surgical procedures commonly performed in cattle include standing exploratory laparotomy, correction of abomasal displacements, cesarean section, and herniorrhaphy. Results of multiple studies 7–9 suggest that mitigation of pain and painful

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ketamine associated with IV administration of an MLK solution as a CRI to calves undergoing umbilical herniorrhaphy. This article focuses solely of the pharmacokinetics aspect of the study; the analgesic efficacy of the MLK solution is described in another

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, 5 Surgical approaches described for repair of inguinal hernias in bulls include an ipsilateral flank laparotomy with the patient in a standing position and inguinal herniorrhaphy with the patient positioned in lateral or dorsal recumbency. 1 , 3

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Introduction An 8-year-old 6.8-kg neutered male Dachshund was presented for evaluation of vomiting, diarrhea, anorexia, and swelling over the right perineal region. The dog had a history of bilateral perineal herniorrhaphy with internal

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herniorrhaphy. 14–17 To the authors' knowledge, no studies have examined the frequency with which RBC transfusions are required in relation to specific surgical procedures. The purpose of the study reported here was to compare the rate of transfusion among

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because of a sudden onset of signs of abdominal pain. To close the diaphragmatic hernia, mesh herniorrhaphy was performed; in this view from the abdominal cavity, the polypropylene mesh is visible. A pelvic flexure enterotomy was performed to remove

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