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patient risk for development of SSI. The objective of the study reported here was to compare adherence of MRSP with monofilament, multifilament, barbed, and TC suture materials commonly used in small animal surgery. Materials and Methods Sample Ten

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individuals (1 resident in small animal surgery and 1 board-certified small animal surgeon). To calculate TPA, 1 line was drawn along the tibial axis delineated by a proximal landmark of the tibial intercondylar eminences and distal landmark of the center of

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aspects of canine elbow dysplasia . Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol 1996 ; 9 : 58 – 59 . 3. Wind AP . Elbow dysplasia . In: Slatter D , ed. Textbook of small animal surgery . 2nd ed. Philadelphia : WB Saunders Co , 1993 ; 1966 – 1977 . 4

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meniscal injuries . In: Bojrab MJ , eds. Disease mechanisms in small animal surgery . Philadelphia : Lea & Febiger , 1993 ; 764 – 777 . 2. Elkins AD . A retrospective study evaluating the degree of degenerative joint disease in stifle of dogs

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KM . Basic operative techniques . In: Slatter DH , ed. Textbook of small animal surgery . 3rd ed. Philadelphia : Saunders , 2003 ; 199 – 221 . 6. Burrow R Batchelor D Cripps P . Complications observed during and after

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sacroiliac luxation repair by use of single screw insertion from the ventral surface of the sacral wing via a ventral abdominal approach. Materials and Methods The study was conducted under a protocol approved by the Department of Small Animal Surgery

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and clinical outcomes. Materials and Methods The study was conducted under a protocol approved by the Department of Small Animal Surgery, Vetsuisse Faculty-Zurich, University of Zurich, Switzerland. Animals —Eighteen European shorthair cats

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An 11-kg (24.2-lb) 4-year-old male Dachshund was examined at the Clinic for Small Animal Surgery and Reproduction, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, after a bite attack 5 days previously. The dog had been treated with marbofloxacin IV (dosage unknown

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, Mississauga, ON, Canada. e. Veterinary Orthopedic Implants, St Augustine, Fla. f. Convenia, Zoetis, Kirkland, QC, Canada. References 1 Boudrieau RJ . Fractures of the radius and ulna . In: Slatter D , ed. Textbook of small animal surgery

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point would be influenced by a dog's body weight, BCIs, and BCS. Materials and Methods Animals The prospective study population consisted of 86 dogs admitted to the Clinic for Small Animal Surgery of the Veterinary University of Vienna between

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