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Removing stones from bladder and urethra in a dog – Veterinary Surgery Video

What are urinary and bladder stones? Urinary stones (or medically known as urolithiasis) are a very common condition when it comes to lower urinary tract diseases in domestic animals. Bladder stones, on the other hand, medically known as calculi, are the result of precipitation and formation of crystals due to a variety of minerals. Urinary …

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Canine Entropion Surgery Video

What is entropion in dogs? Entropion is a condition when there is an abnormality of the eyelids (one or both) in which the eyelid will roll inward. This condition causes the surface hair of the eyelid to mechanically scratch the cornea which results in pain, swelling, corneal ulcers, developing of pigments, perforations, and visual interference. …

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X-rays of an Enlarged Heart in Dogs

We made a video compilation of  X-rays of an enlarged heart in dogs. These images were sent by our amazing Facebook followers.  What is an Enlarged Heart in Dogs? Enlarged heart, or dilated cardiomyopathy, in dogs is a condition when the heart becomes enlarged enough to be unable to properly contract its muscle which results …

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X-ray images of dogs

WHAT IS AN X-RAY? X-ray is a type of radiation capable to pass through almost any solid material. Projection radiography is the practice of producing two-dimensional images using x-ray radiation. Bones contain much calcium, which due to its relatively high atomic number absorbs x-rays efficiently. This reduces the amount of X-rays reaching the detector in …

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Dog endoscopy

What is endoscopy? An endoscopy is used in veterinary medicine to look inside the animal’s body. The endoscopy procedure uses an endoscope to examine the interior of a hollow organ or cavity of the animal’s body. Unlike many other veterinary medical imaging techniques, endoscopes are inserted directly into the organ. There are many types of endoscopes. Depending on the …

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Radiographs for Tooth Resorption in Cats – Video by Dr. Brett Beckman

In this video, Dr. Brett Beckman will discuss well known radiographic traits of Tooth Resorption In Cats & guide you through the decision making process for extracting. Watch this video to Eliminate the Challenge of Identifying Tooth Resorption in Cats!!      Veterinary dentistry is a specialty in the veterinary medicine where the veterinarian has …

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