Use of intraoperative ultrasonography in six horses



Title Use of intraoperative ultrasonography in six horses
Author(s) Patricia L. Rose, D. Penninck
Journal Veterinary Surgery: VS: The Official Journal of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Date 1995
Volume 24
Issue 5
Start page 396
End page 401
Abstract Intraoperative ultrasonography was used in six horses to aid localization and removal of bone fragments (3 horses) and foreign bodies (3 horses). The ultrasound transducer was enclosed in a sterile sleeve containing sterile aqueous gel and the examination was performed after aseptic preparation of the surgical site. Using ultrasound guidance a needle was placed in contact with the bone fragment or foreign body and an incision was made along the path of the needle to expose and remove the object. This technique resulted in decreased operative time and minimal tissue dissection.

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