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Objective: To report the use of skin staples alone, and in combination with sutures, for closure of gastrointestinal incisions in cats and to describe outcomes. Materials and Methods: Retrospective study of cats that underwent gastrotomy, jejunotomy, jejunal or colonic anastomosis using skin...

Author(s)
Schwartz, Z.; Coolman, B. R.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2018, 59, 5, pp 281-285
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Lopez, D. J.; Singh, A.; Smeak, D. D.
Publisher
Educational Concepts LLC, Tulsa, USA
Citation
NAVC Clinician's Brief, 2018, No.March, pp 14-21
Abstract

Duodenal and jejunal resections were performed in a cat with septic peritonitis due to small intestinal perforations by a linear foreign body. Three days later jejunal resection and anastomosis were repeated due to dehiscence of the anastomosis site. This segment of intestine was exteriorized...

Author(s)
Tzimtzimis, E.; Kouki, M.; Rampidi, S.; Giannikaki, M.; Karnezi, G.; Papazoglou, L. G.
Publisher
Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, Ottawa, Canada
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 2016, 57, 5, pp 507-510
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Brisson, B. A.
Publisher
Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA), Milton, Canada
Citation
Ontario Veterinary Medical Association Conference Proceedings, 29-31 January 2015, Toronto, Canada, 2015, pp 232-238
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Intestinal foreign bodies are often the cause of significant symptoms and sometimes a serious effect on the general condition of the animal. The most common clinical signs are vomiting, anorexia, salivation, and diarrhoea. Ultrasonography is the diagnostic test of choice. Surgical treatment is...

Author(s)
Scotti, S.; Ragetly, C.
Publisher
Newsmed, Paris, France
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 2015, 46, 354(Part 1), pp 34-40
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Bright, R. M.
Publisher
The North American Veterinary Conference, Gainesville, USA
Citation
Small animal and exotics. Proceedings of the North American Veterinary Conference, Volume 22, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2008, 2008, pp 1495-1497

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