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Incisional gastropexy in dogs
VETERINARY MEDICINE - July 9, 2014
Dr. Don Waldron demonstrates his method of choice for this definitive treatment for dogs with GDV.
An overview of cutaneous mast cell tumors in dogs
DVM360 MAGAZINE - June 1, 2014
This common skin neoplasm may vary widely in its clinical appearance, but maintaining a consistent diagnostic and treatment approach offers the best chance for an optimal outcome.
Idea Exchange: Perineal hernia repair: A new approach
VETERINARY MEDICINE - April 1, 2014
This alternative method for repairing a common condition in male dogs offers advantages for both the patient and the surgeon.
How to perform a scrotal urethrostomy and stop the stone cycle
VETERINARY MEDICINE - March 1, 2014
Male dogs suffering from recurrent urethral blockage due to urinary calculi may benefit from this procedure that permanently diverts urine flow.
Incisional gastropexy in dogs
VETERINARY MEDICINE - July 9, 2014
Dr. Don Waldron demonstrates his method of choice for this definitive treatment for dogs with GDV.
Video: Canine mandibular and sublingual salivary gland excision
VETERINARY MEDICINE - February 28, 2014
See how Dr. Don Waldron performs this procedure indicated for treating salivary mucoceles and, rarely, salivary gland neoplasia.
Video: Canine gastrostomy tube placement
VETERINARY MEDICINE - February 28, 2014
Dr. Don Waldron demonstrates this procedure, which is indicated in veterinary patients that may be anorectic postoperatively or are otherwise anorectic.
Urethra (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS
The entire urethra is lined with transitional epithelium with the exception of a small amount near the tip of the penis or urethral tubercle.
Gastric dilatation volvulus syndrome (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS
Gastric dilatation volvulus syndrome is an acute medical and surgical condition due to several pathophysiological effects occurring secondary to gastric distention and mal-positioning.
Wound management (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS
Dogs and cats are very commonly presented for management of acute or chronic wounds in veterinary practice.
Brachycephalic airway syndrome (Proceedings)
CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS
Brachycephalic breeds (Shih Tzu, boxer, English and French Bulldog, Pekingese, pug and Boston terrier) have a shortened skull compared to the other breeds.

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