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Frequency and type of toenail tumors in the dromedary camel
- M. I. Siddiqui, S. Al-Kubati, M. Telfah, J. Rashid, S. Hashmi
- MedicineOpen veterinary journal
- 28 June 2013
In the dromedary camels, the medial toenails of the fore limbs are most commonly affected with tumors; with the most common tumor being the squamous cell carcinoma.
Modified Interdental Wiring Technique for Mandibular Fractures in Camels: A Clinical Study
A slight modification in the standard technique has proven quite useful to overcome the problem of loosening at variable time intervals in the postoperative period, and intactness of all the incisor teeth is a prerequisite to this modification.
Castration of dromedary camel through prescrotal midline incision
It was concluded that this technique was less time consuming with negligible postoperative care and complications when performed under standard surgical principles.
Comparative efficacy of Prolene and Prolene-Vicryl composite mesh for experimental ventral hernia repair in dogs.
The Prolene-Vicryl composite mesh proved superior to the Prolene mesh regarding lesser mesh contraction, fewer adhesions and no short-term follow-up complications.
Management of atypical mandibular fractures by cerclage and standard interdental wiring technique in the dromedary camel (A report of four cases)
Four cases of atypical mandibular fractures in the dromedary camel were treated by Cerclage and standard interdental wiring technique. All the animals had an uneventful recovery except development of…
Fixation of metatarsal fracture with bone plate in a dromedary heifer
It is concluded that the fracture of the distal third of the right metatarsus can be successfully handled with bone plating at least in young, light weight animals.
Comparative Efficacy of Prolene and Prolene-Vicryl Composite Mesh for Ventral Hernia Repair in Dogs
Surgical replacement of iatrogenically prolapsed penis in a dromedary camel
It is peculiarity that although the penis remained outside the preputial cavity for about eight months exposed to the external environment, yet no complications pertaining to its fragile tissue and urination occurred during this long period as seen in cases of paraphimosis.
Cesarean section in dromedary camels under field conditions in United Arab Emirates
It was concluded that maternal dystocia requires more cesarean sections in camel and with sufficient care and early intervention fetal and dam survival can be high even when the surgery is performed at the farmer’s doorstep.
Correlation between changes in sonographic, histopathological and laboratory indices in dogs with experimental post-renal obstruction.
Conclusively, B-mode sonography is a sensitive modality since architectural changessignify and correlate with derangements in GFR and cellular and microscopic changes, manifested systemically.