Mar 16, 2021
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT,
VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk
- Esophageal, small bowel, and large bowel
stricturing. I know we are thinking of the typical stricturing, but
this can mean anything that compresses the GI tract in a specific
area. We talk about everything that encompasses
Question of the Week
- What is your experience with strictures? How
did the patients do?
Resources We Mentioned in
- John C. Rowe, Alice A. Huang, Jin Heo, Nolie K.
Parnell, Adam J. Rudinsky, "Benign Duodenal Stricture Treated with Surgical
Correction and Dietary Therapy in a Golden
Case Reports in Veterinary
Medicine, vol. 2020,
Article ID 4283175, 6pages, 2020.
- VIN: Esophageal Strictures of the Dog and Cat:
Diagnosis and Treatment. Massimo Gualtieri, DVM, PhD. Professor of
Surgery, Department of Veterinary Clinical Science, Surgery Unit,
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Via Celoria. Milan,
- Merck Veterinary Manual: Digestive Diseases of
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