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The turtles are present in the Testudinata order. As the turtles are becoming more common in captivity, the number of veterinary care is growing every day. Therefore, this study evaluated the lidocaine (2%) and the bupivacaine (0.5%) efficacy of spinal in red-footed tortoise Chelonoidis carbonaria. ...

Author(s)
Santos, A. L. Q.; Menezes, L. T.; Kaminishi, A. P. S.; Leonardo, T. G.; Nascimento, L. R.
Publisher
F. B. Moreira, Londrina, Brazil
Citation
PUBVET, 2011, 5, 12, pp unpaginated
Abstract

Intrathecal (subdural) administration of anesthetic and analgesic drugs in turtles and tortoises is a novel technique for the induction of spinal anesthesia and analgesia. Possible indications for spinal anesthesia include surgical procedures of the tail, phallus, cloaca, and hind limbs....

Author(s)
Mans, C.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, 2014, 23, 1, pp 67-70
Abstract

Muscle damage induces massive macrophage infiltration of the injury site, in which activated pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory phenotypes (currently classified as M1 and M2, respectively) have been documented as distinct functional populations predominant at different times after the...

Author(s)
Shono, J.; Sakaguchi, S.; Suzuki, T.; Do, M. K. Q.; Mizunoya, W.; Nakamura, M.; Sato, Y.; Furuse, M.; Yamada, K.; Ikeuchi, Y.; Tatsumi, R.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Animal Science Journal, 2013, 84, 11, pp 744-750
Abstract

Male chelonians occasionally demonstrate penile prolapse as a result of trauma, infection, neurologic deficiency in the retractor apparatus or cloacae sphincter, or impaction of urate material in the cloacae. In most cases, veterinary care is not sought immediately and local infection is frequently ...

Author(s)
Gering, A. P.; Nunes, N.
Publisher
Sociedad Latinoamericana de Medicina Veterinaria de Emergencias y Cuidadas Intensivos, Maldonado, Uruguay
Citation
Journal LAVECC, 2012, 4, 2, pp 99-102

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