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Prevalence of gastrointestinal tract lesions in 73 brachycephalic dogs with upper respiratory syndrome.
- C. Poncet, G. Dupré, V. Freiche, M. M. Estrada, Y. A. Poubanne, B. Bouvy
- The Journal of small animal practice
- 1 June 2005
These observations show a correlation between upper respiratory and gastrointestinal tract problems in brachycephalic breeds with upper respiratory disease and surgical treatment of respiratory disease could improve the digestive clinical signs, and/or gastro-oesophageal medical treatment could improved the outcome for surgically treated brachycephalic dogs. Expand
Long-term results of upper respiratory syndrome surgery and gastrointestinal tract medical treatment in 51 brachycephalic dogs.
Comparing with other studies, digestive tract medical treatment combined with upper respiratory surgery seems to decrease the complication rate and improve the prognosis of dogs presented for upper respiratory syndrome. Expand
Use of laparotomy in a staged approach for resolution of bilateral or complicated perineal hernia in 41 dogs.
To improve the prognosis of bilateral or complicated PH, investigation and treatment of concomitant lesions (rectal, prostatic, bladder) should be part of a rational surgical strategy using a 2-step protocol. Expand
Thoracoscopic pericardectomy performed without pulmonary exclusion in 9 dogs.
Thoracoscopic pericardectomy offers several advantages over open techniques, including less postoperative pain and morbidity, shorter hospital stay, and improved cosmetic appearance, and it can be performed without pulmonary exclusion in dogs. Expand
Laparoscopic adrenalectomy for treatment of unilateral adrenocortical carcinomas: technique, complications, and results in seven dogs.
Laparoscopic adrenalectomy is feasible in dogs with either right- or left-sided adrenocortical carcinoma not involving the caudal vena cava, and offers a minimally invasive alternative to open laparotomy or retroperitoneal surgery for the treatment of unilateral adrenocortsic carcinoma in dogs. Expand
A retrospective study of 40 dogs with polyarthritis.
PA is a common cause of locomotor abnormalities in dogs; however, true lameness and articular pain are not common clinical findings in dogs with PA. Expand
Comparative use of CO2 laser, diode laser and monopolar electrocautery for resection of the soft palate in dogs with brachycephalic airway obstructive syndrome
The final outcome for all groups was considered excellent in 79 per cent of cases and was considered good in 21 per cent, and the proportion of dogs with a favourable outcome was significantly higher in the CO2 and ELEC groups in comparison with the diode group. Expand
Use of the Kishigami Atlantoaxial Tension Band in eight toy breed dogs with atlantoaxial subluxation.
- Esteban Pujol, B. Bouvy, M. Omaña, Marta Fortuny, Luis Riera, P. Pujol
- Veterinary surgery : VS
Kishigami AATB may be acceptable as an alternative method for dorsal stabilization of AA subluxation in toy breed dogs in which use of ventral screws or pins is challenging. Expand
Ex vivo biomechanics of Kirschner-Ehmer external skeletal fixation applied to canine tibiae.
- B. Bouvy, M. Markel, S. Chelikani, E. Egger, D. Piermattei, R. Vanderby
- Veterinary surgery : VS
- 1 May 1993
The results quantify the relative importance of specific parameters affecting KE splint rigidity as applied to unstable fractures in the dog. Expand
Zygomatic salivary gland diseases in the dog: three cases diagnosed by MRI.
- Laetitia Boland, Eymeric Gomes, G. Payen, B. Bouvy, C. Poncet
- Journal of the American Animal Hospital…
- 1 September 2013
Low-field MRI allowed for adequate diagnosis of zygomatic gland disease in all cases and provided detailed information about both the specific tissue characteristics of each lesion and extension into surrounding structures. Expand