Linear Foreign Body Linear Foreign Body is a serious and dangerous condition where a string,carpet or plastic that the animal ate, is left attached under the tongue of the animal and the rest of the foreign body continues towards the stomach and the small intestine. There are cases that the linear foreign body is fully
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Lymphoma is the most common hematopoietic malignancy in dogs. Lymphoma in dogs most likely arises from a combination of events like genetic, dog breed and interaction of the immunity system. Wendy had a multicentric type of Lymphoma. This is characterized by generalized lymphadenopathy. Diagnosis in this dog was made with aspiration of the Lymphoid tissue
Infection (bacterial/fungal) of vertebral bodies and intervertebal disc. Bacterial much more common in Europe: Straph. aureus, Staph. intermedius Streptococcus spp Brucella canis E.coli Fungal: Aspergillus, Blastomyces, Actinomyces. More common in male, large breeds in dogs, rare in small breeds and cats. Cause: haematogenous spread from the urinary bladder, skin, heart, testes, uterus, teeth. Anywhere
This beautiful kitten (4 months old) came to our clinic with a fracture in both hind limbs. He was treated successfully and now is able to walk again.
New Ultrasound System Dc-70 Good image quality is prime for a promising ultrasound. Dc-70 Vet offers that and a lot more. Its unique touch gesture feature is designed to help improve workflow, providing veterinary professionals with ease and certainty. Special thanks to S.Stylianou company as well as Mindray for the support.
An intercondylar fracture (incomplete ossification) of the humerus of a 5 month old Boxer puppy.The breed of the puppy(large) plus the elbow joint, made the situation very difficult.The puppy is going to grow and the elbow must be intacted for perfect mobility.A lag screw technic was performed.The screw was placed between the epifisis and the
This little baby came to us with a huge diaphragmatic hernia that included the liver and part of the small intestine! Surgery was performed and everything went back to their place!!
Orthopaedic case of the week! Sugar fell of the stairs and had a tibial crest avulsion! Metal bone pins and a wire tension band were used to realign her knee!!!