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Articles by M. Joseph Bojrab, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVS

Surgery of the ear (Proceedings)

Nov 1, 2010

The pinna of the external ear may vary a great deal between breeds. There are two cartilage segments that support the external ear and the ear canal. The auricular cartilage forms the pinna, the base of the ear, the horizontal and part of the vertical canal. The annular cartilage acts as the framework for the vertical canal and is attached to the external acoustic process and the auricular cartilage.

Superficial cosmetic surgery and wound management (Proceedings)

Nov 1, 2010

This text is not intended to cover each and every aspect relating to wounds presented in veterinary medicine. It is, however, designed as a simplified handbook, which will assist members of the veterinary medical team in properly assessing patients and their wounds.

Prophylactic thoracolumbar disk fenestration (Proceedings)

Nov 1, 2010

Surgical fenestration of the intervertebral space provides a means of prophylaxis on disk disease. If protrusion exists, surgical removal of the nucleus remaining in the intervertebral area will eliminate the pressure causing the protrusion.

Surgery of the stomach (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2010

The stomach is a C-shaped musculoglandular organ. It has the largest dilatation of the alimentary canal. The stomach lies mainly in a transverse position, Predominantly to the left of the median plane. When it is empty, the stomach lies cranial to the last rib and between the ninth thoracic and first lumbar vertebra.

Superficial cosmetic surgery and wound management (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2010

This text is not intended to cover each and every aspect relating to wounds presented in veterinary medicine. It is, however, designed as a simplified handbook, which will assist members of the veterinary medical team in properly assessing patients and their wounds. As you read the following pages, you will find a certain amount of repetition.

Salivary gland surgery (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2010

Diseases of the salivary glands in dogs are usually inflammatory, neoplastic, or traumatic. Inflammation of the salivary glands is seen occasionally in dogs and cats. If the gland is abscessed, ventral drainage becomes necessary. Infrequently, inflammation or abscess formation can be associated with foreign body migration.

Surgery of the intestine, including segmental colectomy (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

The small intestine is composed of four layers of tissue, the tunica mucosa, tunica submucosa (provides the main holding power in the intestine), tunica muscularis (the inner circular layer and outer longitudinal layer), and tunica serosa, it is important to be able to differentiate between the small and large intestine.

Surgery of the stomach, including GDV (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

The stomach is a C-shaped musculoglandular organ. It has the largest dilatation of the alimentary canal.

Superficial cosmetic surgery and wound management (Proceedings)

Apr 1, 2010

This text is not intended to cover each and every aspect relating to wounds presented in veterinary medicine. It is, however, designed as a simplified handbook, which will assist members of the veterinary medical team in properly assessing patients and their wounds.

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