Category: Veterinary Surgery

cat perineal urethrostomy

PU Surgery Recovery: Cat Perineal Urethrostomy

I saw a very interesting case the other day that will appeal to all cat lovers. This kitty is 14 years old and presented with painful and inappropriate urination. Sounds like a simple, straightforward case of UTI/FUS and/or stones. Oh, how wrong I was! Upon further exam, this kitty had a large mass on the sheath of his penis. The mass was about the size of a nickel. I thought for sure this was a tumor, most likely a squamous cell carcinoma. We decided that cat perineal urethrostomy would be the best course of treatment. Indications for Cat Perineal Urethrostomy

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Video Of Neurectomy Surgery

Neurectomy Surgery Behind-the-Scene

 What is Neurectomy Surgery? Neurectomy surgery is one of the treatments for navicular disease. Navicular disease is a degenerative disease of a horse’s heel. Other names for neurectomy are: Nerving Palmer digital neurectomy Posterior digital neurectomy. It is a surgical procedure where the surgeon cuts or removes a portion of the nerve supply to the horse’s foot. Oftentimes, we use neurectomy surgery as a last resort for relieving heel pain. Watch Surgical Horse Neurectomy on Youtube. Will a Neurectomy Help My Horse? Maybe. Experience shows neurectomy is often more successful in younger horses. Most importantly, you need to understand the

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