Prof Dr \ Aiman Mahmoud Seddek ---------- ا د\ ايمن محمود صديق محمد

Professor - Head Of Dept Of Surgery -------- رئيس قسم الجراحة والتخدير والاشعة

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Address: Beni Suef Province .......................محافظة بنى سويف


Intra-lingual suture pattern for prevention of self-suckling in cows
The objective of the present study was to evaluate a new less-invasive surgical technique for prevention of self-suckling in dairy cows. A pre-clinical (experimental study) was conducted on three goats to detect the possible complications of the technique and the lingual pathological changes. The main clinical study was carried out on 37 dairy cows of mixed breeds, suffered from self-suckling, ... Read more

2014 | Keywords tomographic,
Computed tomographic anatomy  and dissection anatomy of the frontal and maxillary sinuses in native Egyptian goats
Heads of 10 native Egyptian goats were used for studying the anatomical features of the frontal and maxillary sinuses, both grossly and by using computed tomographic (CT) imaging. The anatomical features of each sinus, its extent, its divisions, communication between its compartments, its connection with the nasal cavity, and their relation to the adjacent structures and other para-nasal sinuses were ... Read more

2014 | Keywords swelling,
Outcome of modified surgical treatment of some types of swelling in large ruminants with special reference to anatomical predisposition
A clinical study conducted on 74 animals affected with umbilical abscess, umbilical hernia, pre-sternal bursitis or olecranon bursitis. Minor modifications were made for different treatment methods and outcome of different surgical interventions were recorded. Results revealed that the gauze is better than plastic tube as a drain for abscess, fabricated sterile mesh is better than mattress suture for closure of ... Read more

2013 | Keywords hysterocystoplasty goat,
Full-thickness hysterocystoplasty for management of a large bladder defect: Experimental study in goats
The uterine tissue of three healthy nonpregnant goats was evaluated experimentally as a graft for closure of a bladder defect. Goats were subjected to ovariectomy, and then one detubularized uterine horn was used as a graft to close a large defect in the ventral aspect of the bladder. Follow up included monthly radiographic and ultrasonographic examinations and evaluations of kidney ... Read more

2013 | Keywords cecostomy,
Comparison between two cecostomy techniques for treatment of atresia coli in cattle and buffalo calves
The study aimed at determination of the cecostomy technique that will preserve the long-term maximal diameter of the created fistula. The subjects of the study were 79 newly born cattle and buffalo calves suffered from atresia coli, recti and ani. The calves were grouped into four groups for evaluation of incisional and herniation cecostomy techniques either on the right or ... Read more

2013 | Keywords urethrolithiasis,
New surgical technique for treatment of obstructive penile urethrolithiasis without interference with breeding capability: Clinical study on 25 calves
A clinical study performed on 25 calves suffered from urine retention with intact bladder as a result of lodgment of urinary stone at the penile sigmoid flexure. Paracentesis of the bladder were applied to the cases with over distended bladder. All animals were subjected to dorsal penile urethrotomy for removal of the stone and temporary retrograde catheterization of the bladder ... Read more

2013 | Keywords teat laceration,
Treatment of irreparable full-thickness teat laceration in goats by connecting gland cisterns
Blood supply of the teat was studied in six udder samples by radiography (3 samples) and latex (3 samples). Results revealed that the caudal mammary branch of the mammary artery terminates as cranial and caudal papillary arteries to supply the teat. Accordingly, seven goats with irreparable teat laceration were treated by teat excision and anastomosis of its gland cistern to ... Read more

2012 | Keywords prescrotal urethrostomy,
Perineal versus prescrotal urethrostomy for treatment of obstructive urethrolithiasis in calves
A clinical study was conducted on 40 cattle and buffalo calves suffered from urine retention with intact bladder as a result of urethroliths in the ventral curvature of sigmoid flexure. Animals were randomly categorized into two groups for performing perineal or prescrotal urethrostomy. Duration of surgery, severity of bleeding, post-surgical complications, and body gain were recorded for comparing between the ... Read more

2012 | Keywords hysterocystoplasty,
Less-invasive hysterocystoplasty technique: experimental study in goats
A novel less-invasive hysterocystoplasty technique was evaluated experimentally in goats, via closure of a large defect of the dorsal aspect of the bladder by the uterus. Follow up for six months included radiographic and ultrasonographic examinations, evaluation of kidney function and electrolyte changes, and histological examinations. Microscopically the perimetrium was completely covered with healthy urothelium under which disorganized smooth muscle ... Read more

2010 | Keywords hoof,
Incidence of hoof affections in equine
this study was conducted on 1178lamed animals of equne species . Cases were classified accordinng to species affected part of the foot, and nature of the affection. hoof affection represented in about 722 animals wit 61.3% of the total lame animals. the percentage of hoof affections were higher in forefeet than hind feet. the present study revealed that sandy crack ... Read more