Medium term endoscopic assessment of the surgical outcome following laryngeal saccule resection in brachycephalic dogs.

@article{Cantatore2012MediumTE,
  title={Medium term endoscopic assessment of the surgical outcome following laryngeal saccule resection in brachycephalic dogs.},
  author={Matteo Cantatore and Matteo Gobbetti and Stefano Romussi and Giorgio Brambilla and Carlos Alberto Rucco Gi{\'u}dice and Valeria Grieco and Damiano Stefanello},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={2012},
  volume={170 20},
  pages={
          518
        }
}
Laryngeal saccule eversion has been widely reported as an important component of brachycephalic airway obstructive syndrome (BAOS). The authors hypothesised that saccules affected by acute histological changes in patients showing marked improvement following palate and nares surgery might spontaneously return to normal; moreover, spontaneous resolution of the eversion in patients with fibrotic saccules and/or without clinical improvement following BAOS surgery might be impossible and, on the… CONTINUE READING
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