Lung

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Chapter 47 Lung A.L. Moores Diffuse lung disease in cats is rarely treated surgically. However, cats with certain discrete or lobular lung diseases may respond well to surgical management. Recent…

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Flaps and grafts

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Chapter 19 Flaps and grafts P. Nelissen and D. White Ongoing advances in oncological and trauma surgery ensure that the indications for advanced reconstructive surgery in the cat continue to…

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Stomach

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Chapter 28 Stomach Z. Halfacree This chapter discusses the surgical diseases of the stomach in the cat. Simple gastric surgery, in particular gastrotomy for foreign body removal or full-thickness gastrointestinal…

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Palate

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Chapter 56 Palate R.K. Sivacolundhu Reconstruction of palatal defects in cats can be challenging and requires a detailed knowledge of local anatomy, as well as an understanding of the various…

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Male genital tract

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Chapter 39 Male genital tract E.J. Friend Conditions of the male feline genital tract are rare, but include cryptorchidism and neoplasia of the testicles, intersex abnormalities of the penis, and…

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Mammary glands

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Chapter 21 Mammary glands P. Buracco The high prevalence of neutered female cats ensures that mammary gland problems in cats are not common. However, in the un-neutered queen the incidence…

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Diaphragm

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Chapter 45 Diaphragm D.A. Yool Traumatic diaphragmatic ruptures are common in cats and are life-threatening injuries that generally require prompt surgical attention. Other forms of congenital and acquired diaphragmatic defects…

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Esophagus

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Chapter 27 Esophagus J.M. Williams The most frequently diagnosed esophageal surgical conditions are foreign body obstructions and stricture formation, though vascular ring anomalies and intramural masses are also found. Diagnosis…

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