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Gastrointestinal Surgical Techniques in Small Animals

Monnet, Eric / Smeak, Daniel D. (Editor)

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1. Edition July 2020
352 Pages, Hardcover
Practical Approach Book

ISBN: 978-1-119-36920-2
John Wiley & Sons

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Gastrointestinal Surgical Techniques in Small Animals offers a highly detailed reference to surgical procedures in the gastrointestinal tract in dogs and cats. Each chapter describes the surgical techniques in depth, featuring high-quality illustrations depicting each step, and discusses tips and tricks for a successful surgery and potential complications. A companion website offers video clips demonstrating the procedures.

Logically divided into sections by anatomy, each chapter covers indications, contraindications, and decision making for a specific surgery. Tips and tricks and potential complications are also covered.
* Describes techniques for canine and feline gastrointestinal surgery in detail
* Presents the state of the art for GI surgery in dogs and cats
* Includes access to a companion website with video clips demonstrating techniques

Gastrointestinal Surgical Techniques in Small Animals is an essential resource for small animal surgeons and veterinary residents.

List of Contributors ix

Preface xi

About the Companion Website xiii

Section I General Concepts 1

1 Gastrointestinal Healing 3
Eric Monnet and Daniel D. Smeak

2 Suture Materials, Staplers, and Tissue Apposition Devices 9
Daniel D. Smeak

3 Suture Patterns for Gastrointestinal Surgery 23
Daniel D. Smeak

4 Feeding Tubes 29
Eric Monnet

5 Drainage Techniques for the Peritoneal Space 43
Eric Monnet

Section II Oral Cavity 49

6 Maxillectomy and Mandibulectomy 51
Bernard Séguin

7 Glossectomy 65
Eric Monnet and Bernard Séguin

8 Tonsillectomy 69
Eric Monnet and Bernard Séguin

9 Palatal and Oronasal Defects 71
Chad Lothamer and Jennifer Rawlinson

10 Salivary Gland Surgery 85
Daniel D. Smeak

Section III Esophagus 95

11 Esophagotomy 97
Eric Monnet

12 Esophagectomy and Reconstruction 105
Eric Monnet

13 Cricopharyngeal Myotomy and Heller Myotomy 111
Eric Monnet

14 Vascular Ring Anomaly 117
Eric Monnet

15 Hiatal Hernia 123
Eric Monnet

Section IV Stomach 129

16 Anatomy and Physiology of the Stomach 131
Eric Monnet

17 Gastrotomy 135
Eric Monnet

18 Gastrectomy 137
Eric Monnet

19 Billroth I 143
Eric Monnet

20 Billroth II 147
Eric Monnet

21 Pyloroplasty 155
Eric Monnet

22 Roux-en-Y 159
Eric Monnet

23 Gastropexy 165
Daniel D. Smeak

Section V Intestine 179

24 Enterotomy 181
Daniel D. Smeak

25 Enterectomy 187
Daniel D. Smeak and Eric Monnet

26 Enteroplication/Enteropexy for Prevention of Intussusception 203
Daniel D. Smeak

Section VI Colon 207

27 Colectomy and Subtotal Colectomy 209
Daniel D. Smeak and Eric Monnet

28 Colotomy 219
Daniel D. Smeak

29 Typhlectomy and Ileocecocolic Resection 221
Daniel D. Smeak

30 Colostomy and Jejunostomy 225
Daniel D. Smeak

31 Colopexy 231
Daniel D. Smeak

Section VII Rectum and Anal Sac 235

32 Approaches to the Rectum and Pelvic Canal 237
Daniel D. Smeak

33 Surgery of the Rectum 245
Daniel D. Smeak

34 Anal Sac Resection 257
Daniel D. Smeak

Section VIII Liver and Gall Bladder 263

35 Liver Lobectomy 265
Eric Monnet

36 Surgery of the Gallbladder 273
Eric Monnet

37 Biliary Diversion 279
Eric Monnet

38 Surgery of the Bile Duct 287
Eric Monnet

39 Biliary Stenting 293
Eric Monnet

40 Arterio-Venous Fistula 297
Eric Monnet

41 Portosystemic Shunt 301
Eric Monnet

Section IX Pancreas 317

42 Surgery of the Pancreas 319
Daniel D. Smeak and Eric Monnet

Index 325
The editors

Eric Monnet, DVM, PhD, FAHA, DACVS, DECVS, is a Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences at College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, USA.

Daniel D. Smeak, DVM, DACVS, is a Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences at College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, USA.

E. Monnet, Colorado State University, USA; D. D. Smeak, Colorado State University, USA