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Although laparoscopic-assisted ovariohysterectomy (LaOVH) has been described in several studies, 5 , 10 , 11 , 13 – 16 ovariectomy is still the preferred technique and has been recommended to be the technique of choice, even in open surgery. 15 , 17 – 20

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History A 6-month-old 3-kg domestic shorthair cat that was rescued as a stray at about 3 weeks of age underwent ovariohysterectomy (OH). The preoperative exam was routine. Preoperative CBC was normal. Serum biochemistry showed increased ALT

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. Cervical wedge resection was not a viable option due to the complete transluminal adhesions. Ovariohysterectomy was recommended to prevent reoccurrence of pyometra. Oxytocin (60 IU, IM, q 24 h) was administered for 2 weeks to prolong diestrus and minimize

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analgesia produced by incisional, TAP, and RS blocks in dogs. Therefore, the objective of the current study was to evaluate analgesia provided by incisional, TAP, and RS blocks in the perioperative period in dogs submitted for ovariohysterectomy (OHE

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Laparoscopic approaches for ovariectomy and ovariohysterectomy have been described in multiple species and are favored over open laparotomy techniques. 1–3 Laparoscopic surgical techniques are gaining popularity over traditional open surgical

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It is not uncommon for veterinarians to observe anomalies of the uterus during elective ovariohysterectomy surgeries in cats and dogs. In animals in which 1 abnormality is found, other urogenital anomalies, particularly ipsilateral to the

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, and clinical signs in rabbits with neoplastic or nonneoplastic uterine lesions and to investigate potential relationships between endometrial adenocarcinoma and age at ovariohysterectomy or breed in rabbits. Materials and Methods Animals

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bupivacaine can reduce pain scores and blunt surgery-induced stress responses in dogs undergoing ovariohysterectomy. 17–19 The technique has been recommended by a panel of experts as an adjuvant technique for pain relief in dogs and cats undergoing abdominal

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the effects of a TLP on postoperative pain in healthy dogs. We hypothesized that application of the TLP versus a placebo patch would result in fewer signs of postoperative pain during the 18-hour period following ovariohysterectomy, as indicated by

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pain, and the overall effects of surgery on an animal's well-being. 13,14 The purpose of the study reported here, therefore, was to identify behavioral alterations in client-owned cats recovering at home following elective ovariohysterectomy or

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