Petrisor Baia

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A 15-year-old female gray Appaloosa horse was presented with history of a mass over the right dorsal commissure of vulva for the past 7 months. Based on histopathological examination, and positive staining with factor VIII-related antigen, vimentin, and Verhoeff-van Gieson stain, the vulvar mass was diagnosed as hemangiosarcoma with marked solar elastosis.
OBJECTIVE To (1) report long-term outcome after laser assisted modified Forssell's procedure; (2) describe the prevalence of postoperative complications; and (3) identify risk factors associated with outcome. STUDY DESIGN Retrospective case series. ANIMALS Horses (n = 119). METHODS Medical records (1994-2012) of horses that had laser assisted modified(More)
REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY Large colon resection and anastomosis (LCRA) is the most aggressive method of surgical management of a colon with questionable viability. Currently, published studies are comprised mostly of broodmares and discuss short-term survival. OBJECTIVES To determine the prognosis for survival after LCRA in a diverse population of(More)
................................................................................................................................. vii CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION ............................................................ 1 1.1 General Principles of Equine Fracture Repair........................................................ 2 1.2 Bone Structure and(More)
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