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Spontaneous Pneumothorax in a Dog

A 9-year-old, male, Jack Russell Terrier was presented for acute severe dyspnoea. Initial emergency care, including oxygen supplementation, intravenous uid therapy and preliminary blood and blood gas analysis, was provided. Thoracic radiographs identied a large…

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Cruciate Disease

Cruciate disease is common in general practice. Two questions that are frequently asked when it comes to extracapsular stabilisation of cruciate disease are: 1) What suture material should I use? Ex vivo and in vitro…

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Rehabilitation for Post Surgical Cases

The majority of humans that have surgery in hospital will find themselves being assessed by a rehabilitation facilitator and given exercises and therapy to assist in their recovery. This rehabilitation often starts within 48hrs post…

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Treatment of laryngeal paralysis

Laryngeal paralysis is a common canine, and less commonly feline, condition. Its surgical palliation though, is the subject of active ongoing research. A large number of surgical techniques have been investigated and advocated for its…

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