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Atlas of Surgical Approaches to Soft Tissue and Oncologic Diseases in the Dog and Cat

Risselada, Marije

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1. Auflage August 2020
296 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-37013-0
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This book offers practical guidance to making approaches for surgery to treat soft tissue and oncologic conditions in canine and feline patients. Every approach is outlined with step-by-step descriptions on how to handle the incision and covers indications and patient positioning. Detailed, high-quality medical illustrations are also included for each, and topics are logically laid out with images on the left and text on the right.

Atlas of Surgical Approaches to Soft Tissue and Oncologic Diseases in the Dog and Cat starts with a chapter on oromaxillofacial approaches, followed by chapters covering the cervical area and ear, forelimb, hindlimb, thorax, and abdomen. The book finishes with complete coverage of the approaches to the perineal area and pelvic canal and digits and tail, making it an excellent guide for surgeons to plan and execute their approach to soft tissue and oncologic diseases.
* Describes the complete approach to surgical incisions for soft tissue and oncologic disease, with alternative positions or approaches where appropriate
* Provides a high-quality medical line drawing depicting each approach
* Offers practical guidance for surgeons to direct their approach during surgery
* Covers indications, patient positioning, and step-by-step summaries of each approach
* Follows a logical two-page layout with text on one side and illustrations on the other

Atlas of Surgical Approaches to Soft Tissue and Oncologic Diseases in the Dog and Cat is an essential reference for any veterinary surgeon or clinician treating soft tissue and oncologic diseases surgically.

Preface ix

Section 1 Oromaxillofacial 1

Approach to the Rostral Mandible 2

Ventral Approach to the Ramus of the Mandible 6

Intraoral Approach to the Ramus of the Mandible 8

Lateral Approach to the Mandible 12

Nasal Planectomy and Premaxillectomy in the Dog 16

Nasal Planectomy in the Cat 20

Approach to the Rostral Maxilla 22

Intraoral Approach to the Maxilla 26

Combined Dorsolateral and Intraoral Approach to the Caudal Maxilla 30

Approach to the Zygomatic Arch 36

Approach to the Temporomandibular Joint 40

Dorsal Rhinotomy in the Dog 44

Dorsal Rhinotomy in the Cat 46

Dorsal Approach to the Sinuses in the Dog 48

Dorsal Approach to the Sinuses in the Cat 50

Section 2 Cervical Area and Ear 53

Approach to the Lateral Ear Canal 54

Approach to the Horizontal Ear Canal and Tympanic Bulla 58

Ventral Approach to the Tympanic Bulla in the Dog 62

Ventral Approach to the Tympanic Bulla in the Cat 66

Lateral Approach to the Mandibular and Sublingual Salivary Glands 70

Ventral Approach to the Mandibular and Sublingual Salivary Glands 74

Lateral Approach to the Mandibular and Retropharyngeal Lymph Nodes 76

Ventral Approach to the Mandibular and Retropharyngeal Lymph Nodes 78

Lateral Approach to the Larynx 82

Ventral Approach to the Larynx 86

Ventral Approach to the Trachea, Esophagus, Carotid Sheath 90

Ventral Approach to the (Para)Thyroid Glands 94

Approach to the Superficial Cervical Lymph Node 96

Section 3 Forelimb 101

Lateral Approach to the Scapula 102

Dorsal Approach to the Spinous Processes and Scapula 106

Forequarter Amputation: Lateral Approach 108

Ventral Approach to the Brachial Plexus and Axillary Artery 114

Craniolateral Approach to the Brachial Plexus 118

Section 4 Hindlimb 123

Partial/Middle Hemipelvectomy (Acetabulectomy) 124

Total Hemipelvectomy 132

Coxofemoral Disarticulation 140

Mid-Femoral Amputation 144

Approach to the Popliteal Lymph Node 150

Approach to the Femoral Artery 152

Section 5 Thorax 155

Right Lateral Approach to the Cranial Thorax 156

Left Lateral Approach to the Cranial Thorax 160

Right Lateral Approach to the Caudal Thorax 164

Left Lateral Approach to the Caudal Thorax 168

Closure of a Rib Wall Resection without Diaphragmatic Advancement 170

Closure of a Rib Wall Resection with Diaphragmatic Advancement 174

Median Sternotomy 178

Transdiaphragmatic Approach to the Thorax 182

Section 6 Abdomen 189

Midline Approach to the Abdomen (Female Dog, Cats) 190

Midline Approach to the Abdomen (Male Dog) 194

Grid Approach to the Abdomen 198

Lateral Approach to the Dorsal Abdomen 200

Paramedian Approach to the Inguinal Canal and Lymph Node 204

Paracostal Approach to the Abdomen 208

Combined Paracostal and Midline Approach to the Abdomen 210

Closure of a Caudal Abdominal Defect with Mesh 214

Approach to the Prescrotal Urethra 218

Approach to the Scrotal Urethra 222

Section 7 Perineal Area and Pelvic Canal 227

Dorsal Perineal Approach 228

Lateral Perineal Approach for Perineal Hernia 232

Approach for Anal Sacculectomy 236

Episiotomy 238

Approach for Feline Perineal Urethrostomy 242

Ventral Approach to the Pelvic Canal 248

Section 8 Digits and Tail 253

Lateral Approach to Digit 1 254

Lateral Approach to Digit 2 258

Dorsal Approach to Digits 3 and 4 262

Dorsal Approach to Digit 5 266

Dorsal Approach to the Sacrococcygeal Joint 270

References 275

Index 277
The author

Marije Risselada, DVM, PhD, DECVS, DACVS-SA, is an Assistant Professor of Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, West Lafayette, IN, USA.