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Título: Study of the clinical and histopathological repercussions of the “omental band” in dogs’ stomach.
Autor(es): Siqueira, Sávio Lana
Silva, Adriana Torres da
Bráulio, Cléber Stockler Ribeiro
Jalles, Marina Paranhos
Mendes, Guilherme Matos Serretti
Carmo, Pedro Sérgio Cascimiro Nicolau do
Camargos, Maria Luiza Lopes
Palavras-chave: Bariatric surgery
Obesity
Pyloric antrum
Omentum
Dogs
Data do documento: 2015
Referência: SIQUEIRA, S. L. et al. Study of the clinical and histopathological repercussions of the “omental band” in dogs’ stomach. Acta Cirúrgica Brasileira (Online), v. 30, p. 151-159, 2015. Disponível em: <http://www.scielo.br/pdf/acb/v30n2/0102-8650-acb-30-02-00151.pdf>. Acesso em: 16 jun. 2016.
Resumo: PURPOSE: To evaluate the efficacy of the “omental band” as a bariatric surgical technique. METHODS: A sample of 35 dogs was studied. The Test Group was composed by 20 dogs. Of these, six were observed by 10 days, six were observed by 20 days and eight were observed by 30 days of post-operatory. The Control Group was composed by 15 dogs. Of these, five were observed by 10 days, five were observed by 20 days and five were observed by 30 days of post-operatory. The weight loose was the variable utilized to the evaluation of the efficacy of the surgical technique described in this study, once all of the dogs were weighted in precision balance before the surgical act and at the end of the post-operatory observation period. RESULTS: At the end of the study it was observed that the weight loose of the dogs submitted to the “omental band’s” surgical technique was meaningfully higher in comparison with the dogs of the Control Group at the end of the post-operatory observation period. CONCLUSION: The surgical technique of the “omental band” showed effective in dogs, once has proposed a meaningfully weight loose.
URI: http://www.repositorio.ufop.br/handle/123456789/6672
ISSN: 16782674
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