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Cardiopulmonary Effects of Laparoscopic Ovariectomy of Variable Duration in Cats
Cardiorespiratory Changes and Pain Response of Lift Laparoscopy Compared to Capnoperitoneum Laparoscopy in Dogs
Effect of One-Lung Ventilation With or Without Low-Pressure Carbon Dioxide Insufflation on Cardiorespiratory Variables in Cats Undergoing Thoracoscopy
Assessment of Postoperative Pain in Cats After Ovariectomy by Laparoscopy, Median Celiotomy, or Flank Laparotomy
Evaluation of Video-Assisted Thoracic Surgery for Treatment of Spontaneous Pneumothorax and Pulmonary Bullae in Dogs
Biomechanical Analysis of Laparoscopic Incisional Gastropexy With Intracorporeal Suturing Using Knotless Polyglyconate
Comparison of Laparoscopic and Open Cystopexy in a Cadaveric Canine Model
Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Extirpation of the Tracheobronchial Lymph Nodes in Dogs
Laparoscopic Extirpation of the Medial Iliac Lymph Nodes in Normal Dogs
Single Incision, Laparoscopic-Assisted Ovariohysterectomy for Mucometra and Pyometra in Dogs
Short-Term Outcome of Multiple Port Laparoscopic Splenectomy in 10 Dogs
Single-Incision Laparoscopic Sterilization of the Cheetah ( Acinonyx jubatus )
Comparison of Pneumoperitoneum Volumes in Lift Laparoscopy With Variable Lift Locations and Tensile Forces
Computed Tomography Determined Changes in Position of the Urogenital System After CO2 Insufflation to Determine Optimal Positioning for Abdominal Laparoscopy
Computed Tomography Determined Changes in Position of the Hepatobiliary and Gastrointestinal Systems after CO2 Insufflation to Determine Optimal Positioning for Abdominal Laparoscopy
DESCRIPTION OF A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR GASTRIC DECOMPRESSION IN DOGS WITH IATROGENIC GASTRIC DILATATION: TEMPORARY PERCUTANEOUS GASTROPEXY AND CONTINUOUS DECOMPRESSIVE GASTROSTOMY, A PILOT STUDY.
BIOMECHANICAL AND CLINICAL EVALUATION OF INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGIC GASTROPEXY TECHNIQUES.
PROSTATIC ARTERY EMBOLIZATION: NOVEL TREATMENT OF NATURALLY-OCCURING PROSTATE NEOPLASIA IN CANINE PATIENTS.
OUTCOME FOLLOWING URETERAL STENT PLACEMENT IN DOGS FOR BENIGN URETERAL OBSTRUCTIONS: 44 DOGS (57 URETERS) 2009–2013.
ENDOSCOPIC RETROGRADE CHOLANGIOGRAPHY AND BILIARY STENT PLACEMENT FOR EXTRAHEPATIC BILIARY DUCT OBSTRUCTION (EHBDO) IN 5 DOGS AND 3 CATS.
COMPARISON OF LONG-TERM OUTCOME OF DOGS AFTER LUNG LOBECTOMY FOR PRIMARY LUNG TUMORS BY THORACOSCOPY VERSUS THORACOTOMY.
LAPAROSCOPIC ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELL HARVEST TECHNIQUE AND OUTCOME IN 7 DOGS.
PRELIMINARY EXPERIENCE AND LAPAROSCOPIC FEASIBILITY OF MICROWAVE ABLATION FOR METASTATIC HEPATIC DISEASE IN DOGS.
COMPARISON OF FATIGUE CHARACTERISTICS OF TWO COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE VETERINARY TRACHEAL STENTS.
MINIMALLY INVASIVE TECHNIQUE FOR LAPAROSCOPIC GASTROPEXY WITH A KNOTLESS UNIDIRECTIONAL SUTURE.
INVESTIGATION OF GASTRIC MOTILITY IN DOGS UNDERGOING PROPHYLACTIC GASTROPEXY.
MANAGEMENT OF CANINE NASOLACRIMAL APPARATUS OBSTRUCTION WITH LACRIMOSCOPY AND IMAGE-GUIDED STENTING.
CASE REPORT: A DOG WITH CONGENITAL PYLORIC STENOSIS TREATED WITH LAPAROSCOPIC Y-U PLASTY.
NOVEL OVARY FIXATION DEVICE FOR LAPAROSCOPIC OVARIECTOMY.
CONFORMATION OF CISTERNA CHYLE AND THORACIC DUCT IN 5 DOGS TREATED WITH VATS FOR IDIOPATHIC CHYLOTHORAX.
EVALUATION OF LAPAROSCOPIC SKILLS IN DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE STUDENTS.
COMPARISON BETWEEN TRAINING MODELS FOR TEACHING VETERINARY MEDICINE STUDENTS BASIC LAPAROSCOPIC SURGICAL SKILLS.
VIDEO-ASSISTED THORACOSCOPIC CRANIAL MEDIASTINAL MASS EXTIRPATION IN DOGS: 18 CASES (2009–2014).
LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY IN 16 DOGS: SHORT TERM OUTCOME.
HOW TO GET PROFITABLE BIOPSIES FROM NASOPHARYNGEAL SPACE-OCCUPYING LESIONS IN CATS: 13 CASES (2012–2015).
ENDOSCOPIC VENTRAL SLOT SURGERY TECHNIQUE IN DOGS.
MECHANICAL TESTING OF NEWLY DEVELOPED BIOMATERIAL DESIGNED FOR ENDOSCOPIC ASSISTED INTRA-ARTICULAR REINFORCEMENT OF PARTIALLY RUPTURED CRANIAL CRUCIATE LIGAMENT.
CORRECTION OF PERSISTENT AORTIC ARCHES WITH THORACOSCOPY IN 14 DOGS: SHORT-TERM OUTCOME.
PATHOLOGIC CHANGES IDENTIFIED DURING SECOND LOOK STIFLE ARTHROSCOPY AND TPLO IMPLANT REMOVAL IN CLINICALLY ASYMPTOMATIC LIMBS.
LAPAROSCOPIC ADRENALECTOMY FOR RESECTION OF NON-INVASIVE PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA IN 8 DOGS.
MINIMALLY INVASIVE NEAR-INFRARED IMAGING CAN IDENTIFY CANINE PULMONARY NODULES.
IS THERE A DIFFERENCE IN BACTERIAL ADHERENCE TO BARBED SUTURE COMPARED WITH OTHER COMMONLY USED SUTURE MATERIALS IN VETERINARY SURGERY?
COMPARISON OF PERIOPERATIVE VARIABLES IN DOGS UNDERGOING OPEN VERSUS LAPAROSCOPIC-ASSISTED CYSTOTOMY FOR REMOVAL OF URINARY CALCULI IN DOGS.
EVALUATION OF A SINGLE INCISION LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY PORT FOR ELECTIVE GASTROPEXY IN DOGS.
TOTAL LAPAROSCOPIC GASTROPEXY USING ONE SIMPLE CONTINUOUS BARBED SUTURE LINE IN DOGS: 37 CASES (2011-2014).
THE EFFECT OF ABDOMINAL INSUFFLATION ON GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DURING LAPAROSCOPIC OVARIECTOMY IN DOGS.
CORDLESS ULTRASONIC DISSECTOR VERSUS VESSEL SEALING DEVICE FOR LAPAROSCOPIC OVARIECTOMY IN DOGS.
CLINICAL FINDINGS; RHINOSCOPY EVALUATION OF 138 DOGS WITH CHRONIC NASAL DISEASE IN MEXICO.
PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF A ONE-STAGE ESOPHAGEAL BALLOON DILATION FEEDING TUBE FOR BENIGN ESOPHAGEAL STRICTURES IN DOGS: INITIAL RESULTS.
PORTAL SITE METASTASIS AFTER THORACOSCOPIC CRANIAL MEDIASTINAL MASS RESECTION IN A DOG
THE IMPORTANCE OF LARYNGOSCOPY IN THE GERIATRIC FELINE PATIENT MANAGEMENT.
DIODE LASER IN SELECTED ENDOSCOPY CASES.
BILATERAL INTRAMURAL URETERAL ECTOPIA IN CANINE SPECIES: DIAGNOSIS AND RESOLUTION BY MEANS OF URETHROCYSTOSCOPIC APPROACH IN CONJUNCTION WITH A DIODE LASER SYSTEM.
LAPAROSCOPIC RESECTION OF PARENCHYMAL ORGANS IN DOGS.
EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF TCC; IT CAN BE DONE.
ENDOSCOPIC-GUIDED PALLIATIVE DEBULKING OF NASOPHARYNGEAL NEOPLASMS IN CATS: 2 CASES.
VIDEO-ASSISTED THORACIC SURGERY FOR THE CORRECTION OF CONGENITAL PERSISTENT RIGHT AORTIC ARCH.
PARTIAL PANCREATECTOMY FOR THE TREATMENT IN LAPAROSCOPY OF A CANINE INSULINOMA.
LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY RESULTS DURING A YEAR OF IN-HOSPITAL TRAINING.
MANAGEMENT OF INTRATHORACIC GRASS AWN MIGRATION USING VIDEO-ASSISTED THORACIC SURGERY IN TWO DOGS.
USE OF NEAR-INFRARED FLUORESCENT LYMPHOGRAPHY FOR VATS THORACIC DUCT LIGATION IN 11 DOGS WITH CHYLOTHORAX.