Sinoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic procedure that can be performed on the standing horse. The technique can allow good visualization and treatment of paranasal sinus disease and eliminate the need for more invasive procedures such as large bone flaps. Knowledge of the paranasal sinus anatomy is the most important aspect of the procedure.
Trying to find time to sleep as a veterinarian is hard enough—especially when a family shows up on your doorstep in the middle of the night with a veterinary emergency.
Insights and tips to ensure success for this common surgical procedure.
In a recent interview with dvm360®, expert veterinary technician Tasha McNerney emphasizes why using a laryngoscope is key to avoiding accidents in veterinary surgery.
An expert in veterinary dentistry outlines the importance of caring for your machines and accessories to facilitate safe, effective dental procedures.
For a veterinarian in general practice, making the leap into the world of tiny incisions can feel like anything but minimal in terms of training and equipment. Veterinary surgeon Chris Thomson answers some common questions regarding learning curves, feasibility, how to get started, and basic equipment needs.