By Nathan M. Slovis DVM Dipl ACVIM
Atlas of Equine Endoscopy is a pragmatic reference consultant to minimally invasive equine endoscopy of varied organ platforms. simply because endoscopy is now known through equine practitioners, this atlas focuses much less on uncomplicated ideas and extra on its use as a diagnostic software. insurance contains either common and irregular findings, with greater than 575 high-definition photographs, captured by means of camera. each one strategy is mentioned always, addressing suitable basic anatomy by means of different types of problems resembling neoplasia, irritation, and abscesses.State-of-the-art full-color electronic images.Illustrated reference of either the conventional and irregular exam findings in every one organ system.Distant and close-up perspectives of the anatomy are supplied the place appropriate; this is helping establish basic anatomy and anatomical variations.The order of the images in each one physique approach displays the order during which the endoscopic exam is performed.Several various photos of an identical ailment are supplied so the reader can have fun with the several shows of exact disorders.Contributors are board-certified specialists from all equine veterinary specialties.Covers endoscopic gear, supplying invaluable comparative info on tools and video apparatus.
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FIGURE 3-36. View of frontomaxillary cyst. Chapter 3 • Rhinoscopy 53 was obtained using an oval jaw with a pin biopsy instrument (Figure 3-37). Results of histopathologic examination were characteristic of a paranasal sinus cyst. Extirpation of the cyst was performed (Figure 3-38). Hemorrhage from the nasomaxillary aperture into the middle meatus (arrowhead) was caused by trauma to the frontal sinus. The foal was noted to have hit a fence post with his head and was obtunded at presentation with unilateral hemorrhagic left nasal discharge.
Although the results for this procedure are not consistent, it is performed with limited success on performance horses for which relatively few other procedures are available. Other laser procedures include the drainage of congenital or acquired cysts, abscesses, or hematomas. In the later, the laser should not be considered adequate for hemostasis, and provision of drainage is more appropriate for seromas already being sufficiently coagulated. Use of a laser for choanal atresia has been attempted but has not yet been successful (Figures 4-11 to 4-15).
In the later, the laser should not be considered adequate for hemostasis, and provision of drainage is more appropriate for seromas already being sufficiently coagulated. Use of a laser for choanal atresia has been attempted but has not yet been successful (Figures 4-11 to 4-15). FIGURE 4-11. Laser treatment of grade II LLH. Note laser points to dorsal pharyngeal wall and left aryepiglottic fold. Chapter 4 • Pharyngoscopy and Laryngoscopy 63 A FIGURE 4-12. Close-up view of Figure 4-11. Note laser treat- ment points on left aryepiglottic fold (A) and left ventricle (V).