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MALE DOG:CRYPTORCHID IN ABDOMEN
 
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Hi This tutorial i am gonna show you how to approach and find the testicle by spay hook ,small wound and less blood hope this video will give another idea to do easier surgery please subcribe if you like my video and share to your vet friends please follow my facebook page; DR MING KWAN ................................................................................................................ Music by Every Step - Silent Partner:http://youtu.be/JX8Jo66w4tA
Views: 5567 Dr.Ming Kwan
Abdominal Cryptorchid Dog 75lb,1080p
 
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Views: 10345 Vet Surgery Channel
Cryptorchid Neuter- Canine
 
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Showing paramedian approach to an abdominal cryptorchid neuter in a dog
Views: 9227 Tom Parker
Intraabdominal Cryptorchid castration
 
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How to perform a canine intraabdominal cryptorchid castration using a paramedian approach to the abdomen. (note: video of closure is posted separately)
Views: 39125 Caroline Olausen
How to remove the undescended testicle - neuter of dog
 
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Veteirnary surgery. Anatomy is important in understanding where the undescended testicle travels during development. Location of the undescended testicle can be difficult if it is not palpable below the skin. It may be inside the inguinal canal (as in this case study) or inside the abdomen. Ultrasound scan is advised although in most cases, laparotomy will reveal the testicle next to the neck of the bladder. This can be hooked out. Only with 2 testicles removed, will Toa Payoh Vets issue a neuter certificate. Some vets remove only the descended testicle and issue the certificate. This will be professionally negligent. The undescended testicle may become cancerous later and the vet/ practice can be sued for negligence. .
Views: 8634 Kong Yuen Sing
Final Video: Vet Surgery - how to do bilateral abdominal cryptorchidism
 
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A Be Kind To Pets veterinary educational video for vet students and pet owners. An 8-month-old poodle started urine marking. No scrotum and no palpable inguinal undescended testicles. An ultrasound is advised but not done to lower vet costs. A paramedian caudal abdominal approach and spay hooks neutered the dog.
Views: 2877 Kong Yuen Sing
Dr Greg Finds the Testicle in a Cryptorchid Dog
 
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http://dogdishdiet.com/order-now/ Dr Greg shows what it is like to do a cryptorchid castration and shows an enlarged prostate gland
Views: 26783 Greg Martinez DVM
Abdominal Cryptorchid Puppy 11lb,1080p
 
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Surgical technique: paramedian abdominal cryptorchidectomy.The left abdominal testicle was removed through the left about 2 cm longitudinal incision made in the skin about1-2cm lateral to the caudal abdominal nipple. Please read LEGAL DISCLAIMER. 1. COPYRIGHT POLICY: The owner of this Surgical Channel videos is the only legal copyright holder of all the material on this channel. No part of the material on this Surgical Channel may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission of the owner. For information regarding permission, please, contact [email protected] 2. FOR THE PUBLIC: This content is not intended to be a professional veterinary medical advice or guidance. There are medical procedures performed by a licensed medical professional and must not be performed in a non-medical setting and/or by a person who is not qualified. You should contact your own veterinarian or other qualified provider with your questions you have regarding your pet’s medical condition. Watching the channel material is done on your own free will and at your own risk. 3. FOR CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE VETERINARY HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS: Although the owner of the Surgery Channel videos has made every effort to follow the most up-to-date evidence-based veterinary medicine standards, the content of the videos should not be considered as an educational or guiding material, or any sort of advice or instructions. The Surgery Channel content was created with the only one purpose – to exchange valuable surgical experience and share interesting/unique cases.
Views: 5238 Vet Surgery Channel
Canine Cryptorchidism Explained by Doc Pawsitive
 
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Doc Pawsitive takes a few moments to explain cryptorchidism in male dogs, also known as undescended testicle(s). The term cryptorchidism broken down simply means "crypto" or hidden with "orchid" or testicle. A cryptorchid dog has a hidden testicle, which is defined as a testicle that has not descended into the scrotum, the normal position for testes. This condition is more commonly seen in toy breed dogs such as Chihuahuas, Yorkshire Terriers, Maltese, Pomeranians and others. Cryptorchism is a heritable condition, meaning it can be passed down through generations and consequently cryptorchid dogs should never be bred. The majority of dogs should never be bred anyway, but the undescended testicle is prone to other problems in the long-term, including testicular cancer. In a normal male dog, the position of the scrotum below the body ensures the testicles are maintained at a lower temperature than normal canine body temperature. The lower scrotal temperature ensures the sperm viability for reproduction. Undescended testicles at higher than normal temperatures have a much higher incidence of testicular cancers or neoplasms. Studies show that over 50% of testicular Sertoli Cell tumors occur in cryptorchid dogs. The reason for this condition is simply a failure of the testicle to migrate to the normal position as puppies develop in-utero, or inside the mother. Embryologically the testes start out in nearly the same position as the ovaries in a female dog, however while the ovaries stay put, the testes migrate down through the abdomen headed for the scrotum. With cryptorchism, one or both of the testes fails to migrate the full path and reach the scrotum. Occassionally the testes may nearly reach the scrotum and can be felt in the groin area right next to the scrotum. Other times the testes remain intra-abdominal, or inside the abdomen. In the instances of intra-abdominal cryptorchids, the canine neuter surgery will be more expensive than a standard neuter because of the increase in surgical difficulty. An intra-abdominal cryptorchid neuter is actually more similar to a canine spay or ovariohysterectomy and consequently costs almost the same as having a female dog spayed.
Views: 18007 MellowYellow1800
Cryptorchid dog neuter
 
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Right side is the most common. Small incision is possible with proper use of surgical instruments and knowledge of anatomy.
Views: 8689 agilecollie
Complete Ablation of Scrotum in Dogs
 
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Complete removal of the testicles along with the Scrotal sac
Laparoscopic surgery Bilateral cryptorchid dog
 
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2 retained testicles. 2 different tecnichs . what's better?
Views: 3993 Vittorio Garbagnoli
Canine cryptorchid surgery
 
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This is a true abdominal cryptorchid. This procedure utilizes a very small incision, smaller than a laprascopic cryptorchid surgery. Before surgery, make sure you are on the correct side by palpating the descended testicle and determining the side of origin for that one. The incision is made just perpendicular and lateral to the cranial portion of the penile sheath. Sharp dissection through the fascia and blunt through the muscle layers for almost no bleeding. Must be able to use a spay hook, just remember the developmental anatomy of the testicle and visualize where it came from and where it was going. It has to be in between. Email me for more details. [email protected]
Views: 76341 brownd05
CRYPTORCHID DOG NEUTERING (CRIPTORHIDIE)
 
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The easiest way an most disired cryptorchidism in dog from surgical point of view.
Views: 13447 Horvath Atilla
TUTORIAL - Male Cat Cryptorchid in Abdomen
 
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Hello! In this tutorial the tutorial will be more difficult because this video will show you how to repair a male cat with cryptorchid in the abdomen. You can do it by yourself from now by following the instructions in the video. I have done this surgery myself many times with the technique seen in the video, it's an easy way to do this.
Views: 5809 Dr.Ming Kwan
How to Treat your Pet's  Undescended Testicles (cryptorchidism) NATURALLY
 
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Views: 4054 Homeo Animal
Abdominal Cryptorchid Neuter Cat,HQ
 
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Right inguinal exploration suggested abdominal location of the right testicle. Please read LEGAL DISCLAIMER. 1. COPYRIGHT POLICY: The owner of this Surgical Channel videos is the only legal copyright holder of all the material on this channel. No part of the material on this Surgical Channel may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without written permission of the owner. For information regarding permission, please, contact [email protected] 2. FOR THE PUBLIC: This content is not intended to be a professional veterinary medical advice or guidance. There are medical procedures performed by a licensed medical professional and must not be performed in a non-medical setting and/or by a person who is not qualified. You should contact your own veterinarian or other qualified provider with your questions you have regarding your pet’s medical condition. Watching the channel material is done on your own free will and at your own risk. 3. FOR CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE VETERINARY HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS: Although the owner of the Surgery Channel videos has made every effort to follow the most up-to-date evidence-based veterinary medicine standards, the content of the videos should not be considered as an educational or guiding material, or any sort of advice or instructions. The Surgery Channel content was created with the only one purpose – to exchange valuable surgical experience and share interesting/unique cases.
Views: 5344 Vet Surgery Channel
Dog Trying To Pull Off Elizabethan Collar After Cryptorchidism Neuter Surgery - Golden Retriever
 
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This is our 16 month old and 65 lb English Cream Golden Retriever trying to pull and chew off his Elizabethan collar about 10 days after his cryptorchidism (one undescended or "retained" testicle) neuter surgery. We go to the vet in 2 days to have his stitches removed. :) So he can be free again. It has been very hard for us to watch him be frustrated with the collar. We take it off whenever possible but he still has to sleep with it on.
Views: 2379 Paul79UF
Warning! - Graphic - Cleaning Dog Neuter Surgery Stiches, Hydrogen Peroxide - Cryptorchidism
 
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The vet told me to keep our dog's Cryptorchidism neuter surgery incision clean by gently dabbing it with a cotton ball and hydrogen peroxide. He is a 16 month old English Cream Golden Retriever.
Views: 4338 Paul79UF
Canine Laparoscopic Cryptorchid Surgery
 
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Short video showing laparoscopic view of a cryptorchid testicle. These surgeries have gone from one of my most dreaded to one of my favorites with the scope! Easy!!
Abdominal Cryptorchid  Bilateral  Kitten 5lb,1080p
 
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Views: 1546 Vet Surgery Channel
Cryptorchidism Dog Neuter Scar Two Weeks Since Surgery - English Cream Golden Retriever
 
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Our 16 month old English Cream Golden Retriever dog had one undescended testicle (cryptorchidism) so his neuter surgery was a bit more involved. He just had his stitches out after two weeks of wearing the cone of shame (e-collar) and is now doing great. We took him to a Petsmart to pick out a new toy and then to the dog park for the first time in a few weeks. We can finally stop worrying about other male dogs being aggressive towards him like when he wasn't neutered.
Views: 4709 Paul79UF
Keyhole Cryptorchid Castration
 
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Video of laprascopic keyhole cryptorchid castration
Views: 316 William Woodley
Post-Spay/Neuter Surgery Information
 
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What to expect, and how to care for your cat or dog after spay or neuter surgery.
Views: 208927 San Francisco SPCA
Dog Sleeping After Neuter Surgery - One Undescended Testicle (Cryptorchidism) 16 Months Old
 
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Our 16 month old English Cream Golden Retriever was neutered earlier this afternoon. He was groggy from the anesthesia, so we gently put him in his crate to sleep off the drugs. He only had one testicle drop down in to his scrotum, so the vet had to go in to his abdomen looking for the other smaller nut. The recovery time should be about 10-14 days. I have a video of his incision and stitches if you want to see it (warning, may be too graphic for some viewers).
Views: 1411 Paul79UF
Abdominal Cryptorchid Cat Castration
 
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This video shows a technique for castration of an abdominal cryptorchid cat. The retained testicle is located with the use of a spay hook.
Views: 26199 sheltervet
How to Treat Cryptorchidism in Dogs
 
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How to Treat Cryptorchidism in Dogs. Part of the series: Dog Health Care. Treatment for cryptorchidism in dogs involves trying to palpate the testicles and see if they're in the inguinal canal or the abdomen. Find out how to treat cryptorchidism in dogs with advice from a practicing veterinarian in this free video on dog health care. Read more: http://www.ehow.com/video_5808318_treat-cryptorchidism-dogs.html
Views: 6169 eHowPets
Warning! Graphic - Dog Cryptorchidism Neuter Surgery Incision & Stitches After 8 Days
 
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This is our 16 month old 65lb English Cream Golden Retriever 8 days after his cryptorchidism neuter surgery to remove the one testicle in his scrotum and the other undescended one in his abdomen.
Views: 7487 Paul79UF
How to: Female dog spay
 
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This video will show you HOW TO:FEMALE DOG SPAY by using hook good for beginner and experience vet who want to make the wound smaller, less blood, safe ,and can do surgery alone ,no need assistant i hope this video can your guys get another idea and technique for dog spay and neuter thank you ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music by FREE BACKGROUND MUSIC for Videos | No Copyright ~ Download Instrumental EDM Tropical House https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUacQqse8mg
Views: 29893 Dr.Ming Kwan
How To Care For Your Pet After Surgery
 
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This video provides helpful tips for caring for your pet after surgery.
Views: 18224 Pet Health Network
Cryptorchid Cat Surgery
 
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Left testicle has descended into scrotal sack. Right testicle was found just inside the right inguinal canal. My personal video editing program was not performing properly so I resorted to using what appears to be a much better program; however, it is not activated as you can see.
Risks & Benefits of Spay Neuter Surgery for Dogs/Cats
 
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Informed Consent regarding spaying or neutering your dog.
Views: 1214 BFVCTV
Laparoscopic Cryptorchid Dog Castration
 
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A 1 minute video of the laparoscopic removal of a retained testicle from within a dog's abdomen (minimally invasive surgery).
Dog Neuter Video - Canine Castration
 
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Ever wonder exactly what happens when your dog undergoes a medical procedure at Animal Hospital of Rowlett Veterinary Clinic or Animal Hospital of Heath? Watch this video to see the love and attention your furry baby will receive during a typical dog neuter.
Dog Ovariohysterectomy (Spay)
 
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This video shows an ovariohysterectomy of an adult dog.
Views: 162732 sheltervet
DOG CASTRATION
 
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hi for this video i wanna show you easy way, less blood on dog castration,good for beginner and get another idea for experience vet i hope you guy like my video Dr Ming kwan -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Music by Inspirational Royalty Free Music Background “ Music by Sophonic Media - http://www.Instrumentalsfree.com “
Views: 13711 Dr.Ming Kwan
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Incisions - Spay Neuter Charlotte
 
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By providing high-quality, low-cost sterilization and animal wellness services, we are improving the health of your pet while reducing animal overpopulation in our community. We want to make a difference in the lives of all animals in Charlotte. For more information visit www.spayneutercharlotte.org or call us at 704.970.2711.
Views: 52304 Stand For Animals
Large testicle crypt orchid
 
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Dr. Knopp removes a large cancerous testicle from a small dog. This is why you should get your male dogs neutered young.
Views: 2915 Abbey Animal Hospital
Male Feline Cryptorchidism and Castration
 
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"A vet and another originally thought "V" was female as there were no testicles present. My human insisted that "V" was male. Months later, a single testicle began to descend. The other was fat and juicy and remained in the abdomen. The vet said it couldn't be functional, but he would remove it anyway. He doesn't know the passion and vitality of the Vajra Lineage. We're a fertile bunch! Good thing too: because it was still active and able to 'perform'. The vet executed a great surgery, removed each testicle. This presented a great educational opportunity. I asked my human to record it. So, for your education, I present: Venus' castration." – Vajra, Venus' grandmother. #Cryptorchidism #ProudOfMyGrandSon
Views: 5610 TuacaKelly
Neuter & Spay Your Pig: Cryptorchid
 
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Behavior of a cryptorchid pig both before and after surgery.
Views: 5330 prissyandbomber
Warning! - Graphic! - Dog Neuter Abdomen Stitches - One Undescended Testicle (Cryptorchidism)
 
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Our 16 month old 65lb English Cream Golden Retriever finally got neutered this week and his other testicle never dropped in to his scrotum. So the vet had to make an incision on his stomach and go find the smaller undescended testicle (the condition is known as cryptorchidism). The recovery time is about 10-14 days. He is on pain pills and anti-inflammatory drugs for the next 6 days. The surgery was about twice as expensive due to the undescended testicle. We also had his hips x-rayed while he was under anesthesia and the vet said his hip joints have "good coverage and he should have very little chance of ever developing hip dysplasia.
Views: 6065 Paul79UF
Canine Castration
 
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Views: 6725 anavrian
Dog Neuter Surgery
 
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Live video of a dog neuter at the Animal Rescue League, performed by Dr. William Powers, DVM. WARNING - GRAPHIC
Views: 2407 Humane Animal Rescue
Wally after his Cryptorchidism (Neuter) Surgery
 
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Wally had to get Neutered because his testies did not descend properly after birth... as we knew Wally is a special dog... His neuter was a little more complex surgery due to this issue. Cryptorchidism is the absence of one or both testes from the scrotum. This usually represents failure of the testis to move, or "descend," during fetal development from an abdominal position, through the inguinal canal, into the ipsilateral scrotum. About 3% of full-term and 30% of premature infant boys are born with at least one undescended testis, making cryptorchidism the most common birth defect of male genitalia. However, most testes descend by the first year of life (the majority within three months), making the true incidence of cryptorchidism around 1% overall.
Views: 149343 hylas49
Dr Belinda's Veterinary Vlog: Episode 13 - Bye Bye to Bertie's Balls - A Tale of Cryptorchidism
 
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One Ball Bertie came in for his castration. He is cryptorchid which means that one of his testicles didn't descend into his scrotum. Find out why it is important to castrate cryptorchid dogs and follow his surgery from start to finish.
Views: 237 Dr Belinda The Vet
Inguinal Hernia Dog(female), 1080p
 
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Views: 13179 Vet Surgery Channel