Michigan State Offers Conventional and Advanced Laparoscopy Procedures for Horses

The fulminant growth in minimally invasive surgery in people has paid dividends for the horse. "Not only are laparoscopic procedures in horses less invasive and associated with less postoperative pain and inflammation, in some instances they provide a better alternative to conventional open surgery." said John Caron, DVM, MVSc, Dipl. ACVS, an equine orthopedic and soft tissue surgeon with an

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