By Nathan M. Slovis DVM Dipl ACVIM
Atlas of Equine Endoscopy is a pragmatic reference advisor to minimally invasive equine endoscopy of assorted organ structures. simply because endoscopy is now universal by means of equine practitioners, this atlas focuses much less on simple rules and extra on its use as a diagnostic software. assurance contains either basic and irregular findings, with greater than 575 high-definition photographs, captured through digicam. every one technique is mentioned always, addressing proper general anatomy through different types of issues comparable to neoplasia, irritation, and abscesses.State-of-the-art full-color electronic images.Illustrated reference of either the conventional and irregular exam findings in each one organ system.Distant and close-up perspectives of the anatomy are supplied the place appropriate; this is helping determine general anatomy and anatomical variations.The order of the images in every one physique process displays the order within which the endoscopic exam is performed.Several assorted photos of an identical disease are supplied so the reader can savor the various shows of exact disorders.Contributors are board-certified specialists from all equine veterinary specialties.Covers endoscopic apparatus, offering necessary comparative info on tools and video apparatus.
Read Online or Download Atlas of Equine Endoscopy PDF
Best veterinary medicine books
Joanna Swabe's well timed paintings seems at human-animal kin from antiquity to BSE and cloning, contending that veterinary wisdom and perform has performed a very important position in human heritage.
Biofilms are implicated in lots of universal scientific difficulties together with urinary tract infections, catheter infections, middle-ear infections, dental plaque, gingivitis, and a few much less universal yet extra deadly techniques corresponding to endocarditis and infections in cystic fibrosis. despite the fact that, the genuine value of biofilms within the total means of affliction pathogenesis has just recently been famous.
This publication advanced from a sequence of lectures and laboratories given by way of Dr. Kenneth McEntee to scholars at Cornell college, the collage of Illinois, and Tufts college and relies on tissues from over 20,000 situations of reproductive sickness within the foreign Registry of Reproductive Pathology, based through Dr.
No different identify bargains such commitment to the intensity, event, and concentration of endocrinology as canines and tom cat Endocrinology, 4th variation. entire insurance contains nearly each universal and unusual situation in endocrinology, plus the main up to date info on meals, geriatric care, pathophysiology, checking out tactics, and low-priced and expedient diagnostic protocols.
- All Things Wise and Wonderful
- Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NAVLE®
- Dellmann's textbook of veterinary histology
- Differential Diagnosis in Small Animal Medicine (2nd Edition)
- Handbook of Veterinary Neurology
Additional resources for Atlas of Equine Endoscopy
The ventral meatus is the widest meatus that is situated between the ventral concha and the floor of the nasal cavity from the nasal vestibule to the choana leading to the nasopharynx (Figure 3-8). Among the numerous ethmoid turbinates of the labyrinth, the great ethmoid turbinate (endoturbinate I) (large arrow) contains a sinus. This sinus communicates with the maxillary sinus (Figures 3-9A and B). Endoturbinates II, III, and IV are the visible structures of the ethmoid bone (Figure 3-10). DC DC S A B S VC VC FIGURES 3-7.
If you look through the scope and find the image to be dark, this could indicate that the instrument has a high concentration of broken light guide fibers. As the percentage of broken light guide fibers increases, the ability of the scope to transmit light is lowered. A B FIGURE 1-44. A and B, Crush damage to the distal end. Caused by accidentally entering the scope into the oral cavity during gastroscopy. Chapter 1 • Endoscopic Instrumentation 27 Smashed Lenses. When you handle the scope, always be aware of the location of the distal tip.
If the sinuses or ethmoid turbinates are to be evaluated, the curvature of the endoscope is directed dorsal to view the maxillary sinus opening and then further advanced to view the ethmoid turbinate. The endoscope is further directed downward and forward to view the entry into the pharynx. This view provides observation of the pharynx, the soft palate (usually forced upward by the tongue beneath the palate), the openings to the guttural pouches, and the upper portion of the larynx. In most adult horses the length of the endoscope penetration will be approximately 40 cm.
Atlas of Equine Endoscopy by Nathan M. Slovis DVM Dipl ACVIM