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BSAVA Manual of canine and feline endoscopy and endosurgery
LHERMETTE-SOBEL-ROBERTSON
BSAVA Manual of canine and feline endoscopy and endosurgery
2nd ed., 328 pages, 900 ill., BSAVA Publications, June 2021

Item Code: DIAIM136
ISBN: 9781910443606
Weigth: 1100 g
Species: Dog/Cat
Discipline: Diagnostic imaging
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Description
The BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Endoscopy and Endosurgery provides a comprehensive and practical guide for practitioners who wish to practice minimally invasive techniques. Routine procedures are described in detail and more advanced techniques suitable for advanced practitioners are also included. 
• All the chapters have been thoroughly revised and updated
• Chapters on oesophagoscopy, interventional endoscopy and future developments are new to this edition
• More detailed information on minimally invasive techniques in cats included throughout
• The chapter on laparoscopy has been significantly expanded and covers techniques ranging from liver biopsy and ovariectomy to cholecystectomy and adrenalectomy
 
New to this edition are a series of videos that accompany the chapters. These videos are available from the BSAVA Library.
Contents
List of contributors
Foreword
Preface
1 An introduction to endoscopy and endosurgery
Philip Lhermette, David Sobel, Elise Robertson
2 Instrumentation
Christopher J. Chamness
3 Flexible endoscopy: basic technique
Edward J. Hall
4 Flexible endoscopy: oesophagoscopy
David Twedt
5 Flexible endoscopy: upper gastrointestinal tract
Edward J. Hall
6 Flexible endoscopy: lower gastrointestinal tract
James W. Simpson
7 Flexible endoscopy: respiratory tract
Diane M. Levitan, Susanne Kimmel
8 Principles of rigid endoscopy
Philip Lhermette, Elise Robertson, David Sobel
9 Rigid endoscopy: rhinoscopy
Philip Lhermette, David Sobel, Elise Robertson
10 Rigid endoscopy: otoendoscopy
Fabia Scarampella, Laura Ordeix, Michela De Lucia
11 Rigid endoscopy: urethrocystoscopy and vaginoscopy
Gary England, Julie K. Byron
12 Rigid endoscopy: laparoscopy
Philip Lhermette, Eric Monnet, Philipp Mayhew
13 Rigid endoscopy: thoracoscopy
Philipp Mayhew
14 Rigid endoscopy: arthroscopy
Rob Pettitt, John F. Innes
15 Interventional endoscopy and radiology
Gerard McLauchlan
16 An Introduction to laser endosurgery
David Sobel, Jody Lulich and Maurici Batalla
17 Future developments
Fausto Brandão, Alexander Chernov
Index
Author(s) CV
Philip Lhermette, BSc(Hons) CBiol FRSB BVetMed FRCVS
Philip completed a BSc in Animal Physiology at the University of Nottingham in 1977 and graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1982. After five years in mixed practice he founded Elands Veterinary Clinic in Sevenoaks, Kent. Philip has studied endoscopy and endosurgery since 1995 and laser surgery since 2001. He trained with David Sobel in the USA and has received advanced training in human minimally invasive surgery at the Spire Tunbridge Wells Hospital. He pioneered many minimally invasive techniques, including laparoscopic ovariohysterectomy and laser surgery in the UK and currently runs an endoscopy referral service. He lectures extensively throughout the UK, Europe and Asia.
 
David Sobel, DVM MRCVS
David began his veterinary training at the University of Glasgow before returning to the USA to receive his DVM from Tufts Veterinary School in 1992. He was on the staff at Dover Veterinary Hospital during which time he received advanced training in human endoscopic surgery at the New England Medical Center in Boston. In 2000, he launched Metropolitan Veterinary Consultants, providing mobile endosurgical services across New England and consulting worldwide. David lives in New Hampshire with his wife, four children and two dogs.
 
Elise Robertson, BS BVetMed MACVSc(Feline) DipABVP(Feline) FHEA FRSB FRCVS
Elise graduated from Colorado State University in 1998 and the Royal Veterinary College in 2003. She received her formal training in medical endoscopy and ‘keyhole’ surgery from well-known human and veterinary institutions based in the UK, France, Germany, Italy and the USA. Elise operates a peripatetic medicine and endoscopy/endosurgery referral service for practices based in South East England, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia. Elise is Head European Mentor for the ISFM/University of Sydney Distance Education in Feline Medicine, lecturer at the Translational Medicine Institute at Colorado State University, and regular guest-lecturer at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. She was the 2018 recipient of the BSAVA PetSavers Award for her meritorious contributions as a veterinary surgeon in small animal veterinary practice, and has been awarded Fellowships of the Higher Education Academy and Royal Society of Biology.
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