Pet Owner Educational Atlas. Surgery - Veterinary book

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Pet Owner Educational Atlas. Surgery

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This notebook includes drawings of the anatomical structures, most frequent ailments and some of the most commonly used surgical techniques in dogs and cats. Its purpose is to facilitate communication between vets and their clients, since it will enable them to explain graphically what is happening to the pet, where, and the procedure for the possible resolution of the problem.

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This notebook includes drawings of the anatomical structures, most frequent ailments, and some of the most commonly used surgical techniques in dogs and cats. Its purpose is to facilitate communication between vets and their clients, since it will enable them to explain graphically what is happening to the pet, where, and the procedure for the possible resolution of the problem.

Table of contents

1. Skin and integument

Pedicle skin flap

Mesh skin graft

2. Eye and eyelids

Entropion

Ectropion

Prolapsed 3rd eyelid gland

Eversion of the 3rd eyelid

Cataracts

Corneal ulcer

3. Ear and pinna

Ear canal ablation

Tympanic bulla osteotomy

Aural haematoma

4. Abdominal Cavity

Anatomy of the abdominal cavity (dog)

Anatomy of the abdominal cavity (cat)

Umbilical hernia

Inguinal hernia

5. Digestive system

Normal canine teeth

Normal feline teeth

Tartar and periodontal disease

Malar abscess

Oronasal fistula and palatine groove

Oesophageal foreign body

Oesophageal stenosis

Oesophageal diverticulum

Hiatus hernia

Persistent right aortic arch (PRRA)

Gastric foreign body. Gastrotomy

Gastric dilatation-volvulus. Gastropexy

Intestinal foreign body.

Enterotomy/Enterectomy

Intestinal intussusception

Intestinal volvulus/Torsion

Megacolon

Infection/Impaction of the anal sacs

Perineal hernia

Perianal fistulas

Rectal prolapse

Hepatic neoplasia. Partial lobectomy

Cholelithiasis (Gallstones)

6. Endocrine and Haemolymphatic System

Adrenal neoplasia. Adrenalectomy

Hypophyseal neoplasia

Abscesses, pseudocysts and neoplasias.

Pancreatectomy

Feline hyperthyroidism. Thyroidectomy

Splenic torsion

Splenic haemangiosarcoma.Splenectomy

7. Urogenital System

Ectopic ureter

Urolithiasis or kidney stones

(Kidney, ureter and bladder)

FLUTD (Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease)

Ovariohysterectomy

Canine/Feline orchidectomy

Caesarean section

Prostatic neoplasia/abscess/ hyperplasia.

Prostatectomy

Mammary gland neoplasia. Mastectomy

Pyometra

8. Cardiovascular System

Patent ductus arteriosus

Pulmonary stenosis

Aortic stenosis

Ventricular septal defect

Tetralogy of Fallot

Haemangiosarcoma/ Pericardial effusion

9. RES PIRA TORY system

Tracheal collapse

Pulmonary neoplasia. Partial lobectomy

Pleural effusion. Drainage

Diaphragmatic hernia

Thymoma

10. Musculoskeletal System

External fixator

Cerclage wire

Intramedullary pin

Tension band

Internal fixation. Screw + DCP plate

Cranial cruciate ligament rupture

TPLO (Tibial plateau levelling osteotomy)

TTA (Tibial tuberosity advancement)

Wedge osteotomy

Fabellotibial suture

Hip dysplasia. Triple pelvic osteotomy

Shoulder OCD (Osteochondritis dissecans)

Intervertebral disc extrusion. Laminectomy

Ununited anconeal process. Elbow dysplasia

Fragmented medial coronoid process (FMCP)

Stifle arthroscopy

Total hip replacement

Meniscal injury

Patellar luxation

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Author
Servet editorial. Reviewer: José Rodríguez
Page count
88
Trim size
21 x 29
Pub date
2010
Product type
Hardcover
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Pet Owner Educational Atlas. Surgery

This notebook includes drawings of the anatomical structures, most frequent ailments and some of the most commonly used surgical techniques in dogs and cats. Its purpose is to facilitate communication between vets and their clients, since it will enable them to explain graphically what is happening to the pet, where, and the procedure for the possible resolution of the problem.

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