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characteristics, the recommendations for treatment of intracranial meningiomas in cats is primarily surgery. However, surgery is not without risks and complications, and occasionally the location and size of the tumor, or patient comorbidities, may preclude

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’s hands receive the most radiation exposure during surgery, it is important to quantify how much radiation the hands and body of a surgeon, or any other assisting personnel, may be exposed to during surgery. The primary objective of this pilot study was to

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intraoperative complications and to identify short- and long-term complications associated with this surgical procedure. Methods All rabbits that underwent subconjunctival enucleation surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Veterinary Medical

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suspected to be the unsuccessfully retrieved testis from the original cryptorchid surgery. Exploratory laparotomy revealed a retained testicle within the right inguinal canal, and an iatrogenic prostatectomy and proximal urethrectomy had occurred. No overt

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demonstrated a MST of 168 days (MST, 129.5 days with surgery alone and 241.5 days with surgery and adjuvant doxorubicin); however, neither adjuvant chemotherapy nor any other factors analyzed were significantly associated with survival. The severity of this

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T he limitations of laparoscopic surgery include the loss of tactile feedback and the inability to palpate deep parenchymal lesions, which may impair intraoperative surgical assessment. In humans, the increasing use of laparoscopic ultrasound (LUS

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foreign body, exercise regimen, recent gastrointestinal surgery, gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV), trauma, intussusception, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, and more. 1 – 4 When the cranial mesenteric artery is obstructed in cases of mesenteric

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requirements for residency training, with respect to both the number of training weeks and the number of cases that a resident must perform to be eligible for board certification. 1 Yet there is a paucity of data in veterinary surgery regarding how much

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Gastrointestinal surgery is commonly performed in small animal veterinary practice for diagnostic or therapeutic reasons. Although gastrointestinal surgery may be routine, a risk of potentially fatal postoperative complications exists, the most

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operative field and improved ergonomy. 10 , 11 The exoscope is a rigid 0° or 90° scope that sits outside the body cavity (focal distance of 250 to 300 mm) and is held by a mechanical arm that allows for the scope position to be adjusted during surgery. 6

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