A urethropexy technique for surgical treatment of ...
|Title||A urethropexy technique for surgical treatment of urethral prolapse in the male dog|
|Author(s)||J. A. Kirsch, J. G. Hauptman, R. Walshaw|
|Journal||Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association|
|Abstract||Urethral prolapse is an uncommon condition affecting young male dogs, most commonly English bulldogs. Current described techniques for surgical treatment of urethral prolapse involve manual reduction of prolapsed mucosa and placement of a temporary purse-string suture at the penile tip, or resection of the prolapsed tissue and apposition of urethral and penile mucosa. The incidence of recurrence of urethral prolapse following resection of the prolapse is not known. This report describes a technique for surgical treatment of urethral prolapse in the male dog that minimizes surgical and anesthetic time, is simple to perform, requires minimal equipment, is effective, and is not associated with significant complications or recurrence. Three cases are described.|
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