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O variectomy is an effective sterilization method for female dogs; complication rates are similar to those of an ovariohysterectomy. 1 , 2 Because there are no advantages to performing an ovariohysterectomy compared to an ovariectomy in otherwise

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

showing the analgesic effectiveness of this block in cats undergoing ovariectomy. Five approaches have been described in veterinary medicine: lateral, 9 lateroventral, 11 dorsal, 7 , 12 , 13 modified dorsal, 14 and intermuscular. 8 , 15 – 17 The

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

acquire basic laparoscopic skills, their ability to perform a laparoscopic ovariectomy in live dogs has not been evaluated. The purposes of the study reported here are to determine the ability of veterinary students to acquire basic laparoscopic skills

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Bilateral ovariectomy is not a common elective surgery in horses, but as standing, noninvasive techniques improve, it is being more commonly performed in equine practice. Ovariectomy is performed in the unusual instance of bilateral ovarian

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

surgery in horses are ovariectomy and cryptorchidectomy. 6,12 Most equine surgeons prefer performing laparoscopic ovariectomy with horses standing, rather than in dorsal recumbency, 6,13,14 with the main advantages of laparoscopic ovariectomy in standing

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A 15-month-old 66-kg (145-lb) African lion ( Panthera leo; lion 1) was examined before undergoing elective ovariectomy to prevent breeding. The lion was privately owned, had been bred for public exhibition, and was housed in an outdoor pen

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undergoing laparoscopic ovariectomy (Lap-OE). Our primary aims were to determine whether P etco 2 , inspiratory minute volume ( V . i) , tidal volume (V t ), and respiratory rate (RR) remain within reference limits for spontaneously breathing bitches

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the canine population, 7 when present, it results in an increased risk of hemorrhage in dogs undergoing routine, elective surgical procedures such as ovariohysterectomy and ovariectomy. 2,3,9 As such, surgeons must take particular care to minimize

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For the purpose of collecting active ovarian structures for cell culture, unilateral ovariectomy (n = 34 ovaries) was performed per vagina on 17 dairy cows having normal estrous cycles, bilateral ovariectomy was performed on 9 (n = 18 ovaries) dairy cows, and corpora lutea (n = 13) were removed from 11 beef cows having normal estrous cycles. None of the cows was clinically ill after the operation. Nine of 37 cows developed adhesions of both uterine horns and the body of the uterus. Three instruments were used to perform colpotomy. The described surgical technique for removal of the ovaries or corpora lutea is practical and inexpensive, and has low morbidity associated with it.

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Elective neutering of dogs and cats is the most commonly performed surgical procedure in veterinary practice. For females, surgeons can choose between ovariectomy and ovariohysterectomy. Several authors have argued that ovariectomy should be the

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research