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Laparoscopy in veterinary practice

@inproceedings{Patel2014LaparoscopyIV,
  title={Laparoscopy in veterinary practice},
  author={Atul M. Patel and Pinesh V. Parikh and Deepak Bhanudas Patil},
  year={2014}
}
Received: 05/03/2014 Revised: 19/03/2014 Accepted: 21/03/2014 Abstract Laparoscopic surgery is a keyhole surgery. It is now widely established for evaluation of various abdominal organs like adrenal gland, spleen, kidney, ovaries, gallbladder, bile ducts, liver and intestines. Benefits include reduced postoperative pain, improved cosmetic results and patient satisfaction and reduced hospital stays. The range of surgical techniques is increasing in complexity and now includes cholecystectomy… 

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