EVENDOC + SICEV = 2019

Equine Section


Equine Section Moderators

Roeken

Equine Section

First Day:

28 March
10:00–13:00

Session 1

— Introduction
— Laparoscopic abdominal exploration, intestinal biopsy
— Laparoscopic castration of normal stallion – do`s it make sense?
— Laparoscopic cryptorchid castration – which method is preferable?
— Open panel discussion (own results and or cases)

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13:00–14:00
Lunch
14:00–17:00

Session 2

— Ovariectomy
— Open panel discussion about different techniques
— Ovariohysterectomy
— Specific complications of laparoscopic procedures: clinical cases (Claire de Fourmestraux)
— Open panel discussion

Three cases associated with specific complications of laparoscopic procedures, how to deal with it and how to avoid it.
Three cases associated with specific complications of laparoscopic procedures, how to deal with it and how to avoid it.

A mare was hospitalized for laparoscopic ovariectomy and presented post-operative pneumothorax caused by puncture in the thoracic cavity during trocar placement in the 17th intercostal space, specific treatment permitted resolution of the pneumothorax.

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19:00–...
Gala Dinner (together with others participants)

Second Day:

29 March
10:00–13:00

Session 3

— Endoscopic surgery in horses: applications to the respiratory and urinary tract ( Caroline Tessier)
— Laparoscopic assisted nephrectomy
— Retroperitoneoscopy in the horse (Raymond Pujol)
— Laparoscopic ahesiolysis

Endoscopic Management of an Ethmoid Haematoma with the holmium:YAG laser in a horse.
Endoscopic Management of an Ethmoid Haematoma with the holmium:YAG laser in a horse.
Endoscopic surgery in horses: applications to the respiratory and urinary tract
Endoscopic surgery in horses: applications to the respiratory and urinary tract

Endoscopic guided surgery offers many advantages in horses including minimal invasiveness and increased accuracy. Most endoscopic surgeries are performed in the upper respiratory tract (nasal passages, pharynx and larynx) but some techniques have been developed for the urinary tract. The purpose of this presentation is to present the indications, equipment required and outcomes, for both the upper respiratory and the urinary tracts in horses.

«Retroperitoneoscopy in the horse: Anatomical study of the perirenal retroperitoneal space and description of a surgical approach to access kidney and perirenal structures»
«Retroperitoneoscopy in the horse: Anatomical study of the perirenal retroperitoneal space and description of a surgical approach to access kidney and perirenal structures»

Surgical approaches to the kidneys and perirenal structures are uncommonly performed in horses and several complications have been described with the current procedures.
Retroperitoneal access and working space establishment with CO2 insufflation were successfully performed in all horses. Division of the perirenal fat allowed access to the kidney and adrenal glands as well as individualization of renal vessels and ureter in the renal hilus.

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13:00–14:00
Lunch
14:00–17:00

Session 4

— Laparoscopic closure / treatment of internal hernias
— Laparoscopic closure of nephron-splenic-space
— Thoracoscopy
— Presenting sophisticated cases

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19:00–...
Gala Dinner (together with others participants)

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