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- Feline Kidney Transplantation
Feline Renal Transplantation at the University of Wisconsin by Dr. Jon McAnulty
- Society of Endovascular Veterinary Surgery
This site promotes the noninvasive surgical correction of conditions such as portasystemic shunts and tracheal stenosis. Video demonstrates noninvasive placement of a stent to correct tracheal collapse in a trachea, as well as showing the patient before and after surgery.
- Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons
- Surgery Videos
MSU-CVM's junior surgery cover canine spays/castrations, feline spay, abdominal exploration and resection, several orthopedic procedures, suture patterns, and hand ties. (Click on text or photos to open videos). To properly view the videos, you must have Cable modem/DSL connection or faster, Windows Media Player 6.4 or higher, and Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher.
- Textbook Of Small Animal Orthopaedics
This online textbook is offered through the University of Pennsylvania's Computer-Aided Learning Center and contains the entire contents of this 1985 textbook. Contents include: fractures and dislocations, soft tissue diseases/injuries, neoplasia, developmental diseases, and central/peripheral nervous system disease. Radiographs, line drawings, and embedded references make this textbook a practical reference for veterinarians.
- Wound Management Society
The Veterinary Wound Management Society's mission is to advance the art and science of animal wound management.
A Friendly Reminder: You are ultimately responsible for the care of your patients. Recommendations and discussions of cases should be considered as recommendations by colleagues for you to consider in your case management decisions. Dosages should be confirmed prior to dispensing medications.