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motility disorders or adhesions, and thereby affect the survival of the horse. 6 , 7 These changes may not be visible macroscopically, which can pose a problem during colic surgery when determining which intestinal segment necessitates resection. 1

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

adjacent skin were draped. A No. 15 scalpel blade was used to incise the medial base of the pinnal epithelial surface and underlying cartilage. The incision was then extended around the circumference of the external auditory canal, including resection of

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Segmental tracheal resection and anastomosis is not commonly performed in dogs, but it may be the only viable option for the treatment of tumors, strictures, and necrotic conditions. 1–3 Extensive resections predispose patients to partial or

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In people and animals, extensive resection of the small intestine can result in a condition known as SBS. Affected individuals typically develop a variety of nutritional and metabolic disturbances, including malabsorption, weight loss, diarrhea

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resectability of a tumor. An exploratory thoracotomy can be performed to evaluate the extent of the tumor; however, it is an aggressive approach if the tumor proves to be nonresectable. 10 A thoracoscopic resection of a right auricular mass in a dog had been

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discharge, multiple treatment options were discussed with the owner including repeated pericardiocentesis and surgical options such as palliative pericardiectomy and pericardiectomy with mass resection. A week later, the dog was returned to the referral

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regions. 11,12 Surgical aspirators have been used in veterinary medicine in subtotal or partial prostatectomies, 13,14 for location of intrahepatic shunts, 15 and for resection of intracranial masses 11,12 and other soft tissue tumors. Applications

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), blue and gold macaws ( Ara ararauna ), red-tailed black cockatoo ( Calyptorhynchus banksii banksii ), and red-tailed hawk ( Buteo jamaicensis ). 1–9 Tracheal resection and anastomosis was attempted in a West African crowned crane ( Balearica pavonina

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, and the snare device was placed around the polyp to the base of the mass, including the saline solution bleb in the submucosa. This assisted in achieving an appropriate depth of resection with EMR, while protecting the deeper tissues from thermal burn

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with a ventral laryngotomy with primary closure of the mucosal defect. 4 A number of surgical treatments for laryngeal webs have been described in dogs. Simple resection of the laryngeal web often results in transverse regrowth of scar tissue and

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