CHAPTER 1: Introduction and History of Endoscopy
CHAPTER 2: Instrumentation for Endoscopy
CHAPTER 3: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
CHAPTER 4: Rhinoscopy and Frontal Sinoscopy
CHAPTER 5: Bronchoscopy
CHAPTER 6: Cystoscopy
CHAPTER 7: Vaginoscopy
CHAPTER 8: Laparoscopy
CHAPTER 9: Thoracoscopy
CHAPTER 10: Otoscopy
CHAPTER 11: Otheroscopies
Veterinary Endoscopy for the Small Animal Practitioner, Second Edition, gives veterinarians guidance in incorporating diagnostic endoscopy, interventional endoscopy, and minimally invasive soft tissue surgery into their small animal practices. This highly practical reference supports practitioners in adding and effectively using endoscopy techniques in their practices. With a clinically oriented approach, it focuses on applications for rigid and flexible endoscopy, making comprehensive information on these techniques easily accessible.
The book covers soft tissue endoscopy, including airway endoscopy, gastrointestinal endoscopy, diagnostic and operative laparoscopy, diagnostic and operative thoracoscopy, urogenital endoscopy, and otoscopy.? Thousands of images, including endoscope images and clinical photographs, enhance the text.
• Covers diagnostic endoscopy, interventional endoscopy, and minimally invasive soft tissue surgery
• Includes thousands of images to illustrate endoscopy concepts for veterinarians
• Provides a clinically oriented reference book for using rigid and flexible endoscopy in a small animal practice
• Supports veterinarians who are seeking to increase their services and enhance their revenue streams
Any practitioner who is using or preparing to use endoscopic techniques will find Veterinary Endoscopy for the Small Animal Practitioner an essential practice resource.
Timothy C. McCarthy , DVM, PhD, Diplomate Eméritus, American College of Veterinary Surgeons, es miembro fundador de ACVS en cirugía mínimamente invasiva (tejido blando de animales pequeños y ortopedia de animales pequeños) y propietario de VetMIST, que brinda capacitación en cirugía veterinaria mínimamente invasiva, con base en en Beaverton, Oregon, Estados Unidos.