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requires surgical management due to difficulty in softening the obstruction with medical treatments, severity of intestinal distension, and pressure necrosis associated with these focal obstructions. In the current literature, a significant number of

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of the thorax and abdomen was performed for staging and surgical planning under general anesthesia. Evaluation of the CT in transverse, sagittal, and dorsal reformats showed a lobular, soft tissue attenuating structure extending through the caval

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palatal defects requires surgical correction. The surgical principles and techniques for congenital palatal defect repair in dogs have been described, 3,6,7 but outcomes have not been systematically reported. Surgical methods for hard palate repair in

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-thick foam pad in right lateral recumbency. The left paralumbar region was clipped of hair and aseptically prepared, and the surgical site was draped. A 12-cm paralumbar fossa laparotomy was performed approximately 10 cm ventral to the left tuber coxae. The

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signs, physical examination and radiographic findings, and short- and long-term outcomes after surgical or nonsurgical treatment of cats and dogs with PPDH. On the basis of our clinical impression, we hypothesized that a higher percentage of cats and

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is currently limited. 6 , 7 Reported treatment approaches include long-term systemic antibiotic treatment in conjunction with an intraoral or extraoral surgical approach or both. 6 – 8 Intraoral techniques include a blind or stomatoscopy

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Surgical endodontic treatment entails an apicoectomy, which is the resection of the most apical portion of the root of a tooth, débridement of the diseased periapical tissues, and retrograde filling of the apical pulp cavity. This procedure was

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intervention, natural ankylosis can take many years to develop and rarely results in complete bony union and return to soundness. 9 In horses with osteoarthritis of low-motion joints, facilitated ankylosis and surgical arthrodesis can be performed. Techniques

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surgical removal of the entire mass through either complete or partial hoof wall resection. Partial hoof wall resection appears to be the treatment of choice, given the lower complication rate and more rapid return to use for horses treated with this

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intraluminal lavage. In that same study, 2 1 animal survived with medical treatment alone. The purposes of the study reported here were to identify surgical procedures and intraoperative findings in cattle with JHS and to determine short- and long

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