By Nathan M. Slovis DVM Dipl ACVIM
Atlas of Equine Endoscopy is a realistic reference advisor to minimally invasive equine endoscopy of assorted organ platforms. simply because endoscopy is now known by means of equine practitioners, this atlas focuses much less on uncomplicated ideas and extra on its use as a diagnostic device. insurance contains either general and irregular findings, with greater than 575 high-definition pictures, captured through camera. each one process is mentioned always, addressing correct general anatomy by way of different types of issues akin to neoplasia, irritation, and abscesses.
- State-of-the-art full-color electronic images.
- Illustrated reference of either the conventional and irregular exam findings in each one organ system.
- Distant and close-up perspectives of the anatomy are supplied the place appropriate; this is helping determine basic anatomy and anatomical variations.
- The order of the pictures in every one physique process displays the order within which the endoscopic exam is performed.
- Several various pictures of an analogous affliction are supplied so the reader can relish the various shows of exact disorders.
- Contributors are board-certified specialists from all equine veterinary specialties.
- Covers endoscopic gear, supplying helpful comparative info on tools and video equipment.
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No hay was to be offered to the gelding. The gelding recovered uneventfully (Figure 3-33). FIGURE 3-30. Feed material in lateral aspect of the ventral nasal meatus. VC, Ventral concha. VC FIGURE 3-31. Two-week checkup. Continued migration of feed material into ventral meatus. VC, Ventral concha. VC Chapter 3 • Rhinoscopy FIGURE 3-32. Location of food material (arrow). ) 1, P4; 2, P4; 3, p4; 4, tongue; 5, buccinator; 6, rostral maxillary sinus; 7, infraorbital nerve; 8, nasal septum; 9, dorsal nasal concha; 10, ventral nasal concha; 11, common nasal meatus; 12, dorsal nasal meatus; 13, middle nasal meatus; 14, ventral nasal meatus; 15, nasolacrimal duct.
Grade I: all movements, both adductory and abductory, are synchronized at rest and after exercise. Normal larynx. 60 ATLAS OF EQUINE ENDOSCOPY B A FIGURE 4-7. A and B, Grade II: all major movements are symmetrical with full range of abduction or adduction. Tran- sient asynchrony or delayed abduction may be seen. Asymmetry of vocal sac and thickening of aryepiglottic fold may be noted. B A FIGURE 4-8. A and B, Grade III: asynchronous, incomplete abduction. Chapter 4 • Pharyngoscopy and Laryngoscopy 61 FIGURE 4-9.
This early-stage hematoma was successfully treated with diode laser. Chapter 3 • Rhinoscopy 45 A A B A SP SP E E FIGURE 3-20. A, and B, Pharyngoscopy through tracheostomy site of a 20-year-old Thoroughbred that had complete bilateral nasal occlusion from ethmoid hematomas (small arrows). Note dorsal displacement of soft palate. A, Arytenoids; E, epiglottis; SP, soft palate; nasal septum (large arrow). B, Nasopharyngeal view. S FIGURE 3-21. Close-up examination of nasal septum (S) of horse in Figure 3-20.