Modified frontonasal sinus flap surgery in standing horses: surgical findings and outcomes of 60 cases.

@article{Quinn2005ModifiedFS,
  title={Modified frontonasal sinus flap surgery in standing horses: surgical findings and outcomes of 60 cases.},
  author={Greg C Quinn and Jessica A. Kidd and Jd. Lane},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={
          138-42
        }
}
REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY Previous studies of sinus surgery on standing horses have been based on techniques which utilise powered hand bone saws and preserve the bone flap, which was thought to be essential for a good cosmetic result. This report describes a simplified technique applied to the standing horse where the sinus flap construction used a large skull trephine and where the bone flap is necessarily discarded. OBJECTIVES To assess whether the modified standing frontonasal flap… CONTINUE READING

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