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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Surgery STAT: Perineal urethrostomy in cats

June 1, 2010

Urolithiasis can cause 15 percent to 21 percent of lower urinary tract problems.

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Surgery STAT: Micro total hip replacement

May 1, 2010

The goal of total hip replacement is a pain-free joint that mimics normal biomechanics with excellent long-term function.

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Surgery STAT: An inside look at total knee replacement

April 1, 2010

Total knee replacement is a treatment option for nonseptic advanced osteoarthritis and irreparable traumatic injuries when medical management is no longer adequate, reconstructive surgery does not have a good prognosis and arthrodesis and amputation are the other options.

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Surgery STAT: Diagnosis and surgical management of atresia ani in small animals

March 1, 2010

Atresia ani is a congenital embryological anomaly in which the hindgut fails to fully communicate with the perineum.

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Surgery STAT: Managing methicillin-resistant wound infections

January 1, 2010

In dogs, Staphylococcus pseudintermedius (formerly recognized as S. intermedius) is the most common resident organism of the skin and the most common cause of canine pyoderma.

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Surgery STAT: Scrotal ablation for routine and cryptorchid castration in horses

December 1, 2009

A collaborative column between the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and DVM Newsmagazine.

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Surgery STAT: Diagnosis, treatment of canine hip dysplasia

November 1, 2009

Juvenile pubic symphysiodesis (JPS) surgery is a prophylactic procedure performed in puppies 10 to 20 weeks of age that have been diaqnosed with hip dysplasia as discussed in last month's column.

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Surgery STAT:Diagnosis and treatment of juvenile canine hip dysplasia

October 1, 2009

Because hip laxity is the No. 1 risk factor for developing osteoarthritis in the hip joint, it is ideal for all puppies to be evaluated during routine examination. Two methods to assist follow.

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Surgery STAT: Examining options to treat feline inflammatory polyps

September 1, 2009

Feline inflammatory polyps are benign growths originating from the middle ear of cats and can result in upper-airway obstruction, otitis externa and otitis media. The two most common methods of removal are by traction and ventral bulla osteotomy.

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