Bovine Endoscopy Quiz 4

Advantages Advantages of endoscopic explorations and corrections in cattle have been mentioned as:

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Antibiosis What is the recommended post-operative treatment of any uncomplicated endoscopic procedure where the patient has no history of concurrent disease?

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Cold Sterilisation Duration What is the duration of the cold sterilisation of the endoscopic kit?

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Cystic Ovaries – Portals The endoscopic treatment of cystic ovaries in the cow involves a setting up of 2 portals on the left flank, the optical portal and the working portal, through the latter aspiration of the variant cyst contents is taking place, true or false?

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Magnetic Trocar & Cannula How many magnetic trocar and cannulas are required for most bovine endoscopic operations?

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RDA Pylorus When attempting to examine and treat a right displacement of the abomasum endoscopically, and when the animal is on dorsal recumbency, what is the most important feature, of the assessment?

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Sterilisation Which sterilisation methods can disinfect both the trocar-cannulas and the endoscopes of and endoscopic kit (Tick all that apply)?

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Thelioscopy Portals Describe the portals required to carry out a thelioscopy.

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Thoracoscopy Complications Describe the most important complications when carrying out thoracoscopy, tick all that apply. (Note, the reason we usually set the working and optical portals for a thoracoscopy as the penultimate or second or third intercostal space from the end is primarily to avoid perforation of the diaphragm during the procedure)

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Two-Step Start In case of a laparoscopic procedure that we need to access the ventral abdomen, ie the animal in dorsal recumbency, what is true regarding the start of the procedure?

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