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Equine Endoscopy and Arthroscopy for the Equine Practitioner

1st Edition

By Sameeh Abutarbush, James Carmalt

Teton NewMedia

292 pages

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This addition to the Equine Made Series provides detailed, easy to read guidelines for performance of common endoscopic procedures in the horse. It includes step-by-step guidelines endoscopy of the upper airway, gastrointestinal, urinary and reproductive systems. A detailed section covering arthroscopy, including the temperomandicular joint, is especially useful to the equine practitioner. Normal anatomy is presented for orientation along with full coverage of abnormal conditions and their assessment. This fully illustrated text contains over 475 high quality clinical photographs and anatomic drawing which ease understanding.

Published by Teton New Media in the USA and distributed by CRC Press outside of North America.

Reviews

…a practical guide aimed at veterinarians working within predominantly equine practice… also a useful guide and reference point for students and recent graduates… clearly laid out… an easily accessable and highly practical book… concise and bullet-pointed making it easy to read and digest… an easy to read, very informative text… presents arthroscopy in an interesting and readable way and is a useful pictorial guide for students or veterinarians studying orthopaedics and arthroscopy… a practical and informative addition to keep alongside the endoscope while working out and about.
–Kat Bunker MRCVS, Equine Health, 01-Aug-2012

Table of Contents

Section1 Endoscopy Equipment,

Use and Maintenance

General Principles

Some Helpful Hints

Section2 Endoscopy of the

Nasal Passages

Anatomy

Clinical Signs of Nasal Passage Disease

Endoscopic Technique

Diseases of the Nasal Passages

Rhinitis

Nasal Septum Deviation / Inflammation

Ethmoid Hematoma

Fungal Infection of the Ethmoid Labyrinth

Neoplastic Masses

Miscellaneous Diseases

Section3 Endoscopy of the

Paranasal Sinuses

Anatomy

Endoscopic Technique

Endoscopic Anatomy

Diseases of the Sinuses

Primary and Secondary Sinusitis

Neoplasia

Ethmoid Hematoma

Paranasal Sinus Cyst

Fractures and Trauma

Section4 Endoscopy of the

Guttural Pouch

Anatomy

The Medial Compartment

The Lateral Compartment

Endoscopic Technique

Entry into the Pouches (using a biopsy stylette)

Entry into the Pouches (using an artificial

insemination pipette)

Diseases of the Guttural Pouch

Tympany

Mycosis

Empyema

Temporohyoid Osteoarthropathy

Inflammation of the Guttural Pouch

Rupture of the Ventral Straight

Muscles of the Neck

Melanomatosis

Neoplasia

Cysts

Foreign Bodies

Section5 Endoscopy of the

Nasopharynx

Anatomy

Diseases of the Nasopharynx

Lymphoid Hyperplasia

Dorsal Displacement of the Soft Palate (DDSP)

Cleft Palate

Rostral Displacement of the Palatopharyngeal Arch

Collapse of the Dorsal Nasopharynx

Choanal Atresia

Nasopharyngeal Cicatrix

Nasopharyngeal Masses

Section6 Endoscopy of the

Larynx

Anatomy

Endoscopic Technique

Diseases of the Larynx

Aryepiglottic Fold Entrapment

Axial Deviation of the Aryepiglottic Folds

Epiglottic Retroversion

Epiglottitis

Subepiglottic Cysts

Arytenoid Chondritis

Left Laryngeal Hemiplegia

Right Laryngeal Hemiplegia

Biaxial Laryngeal Hemiplegia

Section7 Endoscopy of the

Trachea and Bronchi

Anatomy

Endoscopic Technique and Normal

Endoscopic Findings

Diseases of the Trachea

Tracheal Collapse

Tracheitis

Tracheal Luminal Obstruction and Masses

Miscellaneous Conditions

Gross Tracheal Discharge

Tracheal Wash and Aspirate

Bronchioalveolar Lavage

Section8 Endoscopy of the

Esophagus

Anatomy

Endoscopic Technique

Normal Endoscopic Findings

Diseases of the Esophagus

Esophageal Obstruction (Choke)

A-Primary choke

B-Secondary choke

Follow up

Treatment and Management

Esophagitis

Megaesophagus

Section9 Endoscopy of the

Stomach

Anatomy

Endoscopic Technique

Normal Endoscopic Findings

Diseases of the Stomach

Gastric Ulcers

Endoscopic Findings and Appearance of

Gastric Ulceration

Clinical Syndromes

Foals

Yearlings and Adults

Gastric Parasites

Gastric Neoplasia

Miscellaneous Gastric Conditions

Section10 Endoscopy of the

Duodenum

Anatomy

Endoscopic Technique

Normal Endoscopic Findings

Diseases of the Duodenum

Section11 Endoscopy of the Urethra,

Bladder and Ureters

Anatomy

Patient Preparation

Endoscopic Technique and

Normal Endoscopic Findings

Diseases of the Urinary System

Urolithiasis

Cystolithiasis

Sabulous Urolithiasis

Urethrolithiasis

Urinary Tract Infection

Urethritis

Cystitis

Pyelonephritis

Urethral Rent or Defect

Idiopathic Renal Hematuria

Exercise-Associated Hematuria

Urinary Tract Neoplasia

Ectopic Ureter

Urethrorectal Fistula

Section12 Endoscopy of the

Reproductive System of

the Stallion

Normal Anatomic Features

Prepuce

Penis

Urethra

Pathologic Conditions

Urethritis

Summer Sores–Habronemiasis of the Urethra

Seminal Vesiculitis

Hemospermia

Congenital Anomalies

Section13 Endoscopy of the

Reproductive System of

the Mare

Normal Anatomic Features

Endoscopic Technique

The Normal Endometrium

Endometrial Biopsy

Hysteroscopic Cannulation and Insemination

Pathologic Conditions of the Vagina

Urovagina

Vaginal Hematoma and Abscesses

Vaginal Lacerations

Varicose Veins

Vaginal Fusion

Pathologic Conditions of the Cervix

Cervical Lacerations

Cervical Adhesions

Pathologic Conditions of the Uterus

Endometritis

Endometrial, Glandular and Lymphatic Cysts

Pyometra

Persistent Endometrial Cups

Transluminal Adhesions

Tumors of the Uterus and Cervix

Foreign Bodies

Fetal Maceration or Mummification

Uterine Lacerations

Retained Fetal Membranes

Congenital Abnormalities

Pathologic Conditions of the Rectum

Rectal Stricture

Rectal Tears

Section14 Arthroscopy

Introduction

Instrumentation

Pre- & Post-Surgical Considerations

Technique Hints

Common Pathological Conditions

Specific Joints (Approaches and Pathology)

Coffin Joint

Dorsal Approach

Palmar / Plantar Approach

Pastern Joint

Dorsal Approach

Palmar / Plantar Approach

Fetlock Joint

Dorsal Approach

Palmar / Plantar Approach

Carpal Joints (Radio- & Inter-Carpal

(Middle) Joints)

Radio-Carpal Joint

Inter-Carpal Joint

Elbow Joint

Craniolateral Approach

Caudoproximal Approach

Shoulder Joint (Scapulo-Humeral Joint)

Tibio-Tarsal Joint

Stifle Joint (Femoro-Patellar and

Femoro-Tibial Joint)

Femoro-Patellar

Femoro-Tibial

(Medial and Lateral Compartments)

Lateral Approach

Dorsal Approach

Hip Joint (Coxo-Femoral Joint)

Temporomandibular Joint

Tenoscopy and Bursoscopy

Navicular Bursa

Flexor Tendon Sheath

Extensor Tendon Sheaths

Carpal and Tarsal Sheath

Carpal Sheath

Tarsal Sheath

Bicipital Bursa

Index

About the Series

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MED089020
MEDICAL / Veterinary Medicine / Food Animal