Umbilical Herniorrhaphy

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Incising the stomach of small animals is a common surgical procedure in attempting to remove masses or foreign bodies from the digestive tract and solve bile duct complications. Gastrotomy and enterotomy require precise incising and suturing of the intestine to prevent fission, bleeding, and bacterial peritonitis. This lecture will teach the correct approach to gastrotomy to obtain a successful outcome as well as the least possible side effects.


Dr. Hun-young Yoon

A professor of surgery in the veterinary medicine department at Konkuk University
Chairman of General Surgery at The Korean Society of Veterinary Surgery
Researcher at Institute of Veterinary Science in Konkuk University, Konkuk Biotech, Regenix Institute
A chief surgeon at Han River Animal Hospital, Woosung Animal Hospital, and Busan Medical Center
Researcher at Department of Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery,
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri
Ph.D., College of Veterinary Medicine, Konkuk University
Full-time veterinarian in veterinary clinic at Konkuk University
Co-author of Fundamentals of Small Animal Surgery 2011

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