Perineal Surgery

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About the course

Perineal surgery is frequently performed in small animal practice and surgical procedures can be challenging. The risk of serious complications such as incontinence can be minimised with a thorough knowledge of regional anatomy and excellent surgical technique.

Procedures covered will include anal sacculectomy, anal and perineal mass resection, perineal urethrostomy and perineal hernia repair.

• Review of relevant surgical anatomy

• Current approaches to the successful anal sacculectomy

• Improve your success rate with perineal hernia repair

• Confidence with perineal urethrostomies

• Options for perineal skin reconstruction


Speaker: Jon Hall

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