Mr. Can Community
Neuropathic pain due to deforming discspondylosis.
Camelia is an eight-year-old Pug who came to the clinic with pain AT THE ABDOMEN LEVEL; After a medical check-up, it was detected that the discomfort was in the spine, for which an X-ray was carried out, observing deforming spondylosis and closure of intervertebral spaces.
Camellia since its first episode has been maintained with analgesic, anti-inflammatory and neural therapy treatment with the support of its owners who perform therapy with it at home using TENS (low frequency electrotherapy). He is currently under constant observation.
Ewook is a three-year-old feline who came to the clinic for a check-up due to bleeding and difficulty urinating; After conducting an ultrasound study, inflammation of the bladder wall was observed, proceeding to make a urine puncture with which abundant blood was perceived; Subsequently, a urethral catheter was performed to allow the bladder to empty, and anti-inflammatory and antibiotic medication was prescribed for a couple of days. Ewook is currently on a special diet to avoid relapse.
Stones in Bladder
Pixy is a nine-year-old Schnauzer who came to the clinic with a history of bleeding in the urine; Imaging studies were carried out corroborating the presence of cystoliths. In her case, surgery was performed to remove the stones in the bladder and sterilization was performed in the same surgery.
Pixy is currently on a special diet as her bladder stones were confirmed to be 100% struvite.
Grade III paradontal disease
Shiro is a handsome Yorkshireman who came to the clinic with grade III paradontal disease; He was treated by performing an excellent dental cleaning, thus maintaining that smile that characterizes him.
Tibia and fibula fracture.
Pinto is a Creole puppy of approximately two years of age who came to the clinic because he was run over; Later, X-ray studies were carried out to assess the magnitude of the damage, observing a fracture of the tibia and fibula, which is why he underwent surgery to restore his joint and Pinto is currently in a new home running happily.
Luna is an eight-year-old Schnauzer with a history of bloody urine; The patient was reviewed, radiography studies were carried out to corroborate the presence of cystoliths, they were complemented with blood and urine studies, and surgery was performed to remove the stones in the bladder.
Currently Luna continues with a special diet to avoid relapses.
Hashi is a five-year-old female Labrador who attended the clinic for a medical check-up in January 2017 since she began to be down, she had presented her last heat about a month and a half ago; After inspecting the patient where abdominal distention and secretion at the vulva level were observed, a blood count was performed, perceiving Leukocytosis (infectious process), the review was continued with an ultrasound study with which the presence of content at the level of the uterus diagnosing possible Pyometra. Hashi was stabilized and underwent ovariohysterectomy surgery. After progressing properly, the patient returned home.
Neuropathic pain due to deforming discspondylosis.
Kuzka is an eleven-year-old Schnauzer who was taken to the clinic for consultation due to general discomfort in June 2017. After a medical check-up, it is perceived that she manifests pain in the spine at the level of the lumbar vertebrae presenting positive panicular disease; Radiographic studies were carried out in which a deforming disc spondylosis with closure of intervertebral spaces was observed. Since then, Kuska has continued with analgesic, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective and neural therapy treatments with the support of its owners at home who perform TENS therapy (low frequency electrotherapy). Currently he still continues with some relapses, but always with a lot of courage.
Tibia and fibula fracture
Choco is a Creole puppy of approximately three months of age. Taken to the clinic in the emergency room as he was run over and taken in by people who decided to help him. In the review, instability of the tibia and fibula of the right hind limb was detected, corroborated by radiography; osteosynthesis was performed by placing an external fixation device. After five weeks of recovery, Choco is in perfect condition enjoying the love and care of a family that adopted him.
Bleeding in urine
Nwa is a six-year-old Pug who attended the clinic for a medical consultation due to bleeding in the urine; After performing an ultrasound study where thickening of the bladder wall was observed with the presence of grit, a urine culture study was performed; After the results, anti-inflammatory therapy, antibiotic therapy and special food for his urinary tract were established.
Hansen type II spinal cord injury
Timón is a twelve-year-old Poodle. He was taken for review on August 18 for having had a fall and having lost the mobility of the hindquarters; X-ray was performed in which deformed spondylosis and closure of intervertebral spaces were observed, giving the diagnosis of Hansen type II spinal cord trauma, for which anti-inflammatory, analgesic, neuroprotective, neural therapy and electroacupuncture therapy was started. After just over three months of treatment, perseverance and love, Timón is approximately 90% recovered, already taking small big steps.
Pulmonary trauma and contusion
Campanita is a Poodle of approximately eleven years of age who came to the clinic in the emergency room due to trauma secondary to congener bite with pulmonary contusion; After undergoing reconstructive surgery and a difficult in-hospital recovery of approximately one month, Campanita recovered favorably.
Panicular reflex in vertebrae
Akiles is an eight-year-old Lhasa Apso who was brought to the clinic in March 2018 for discomfort when touched; After a review, it was observed that he presented a panicular reflex at the level of the thoracic vertebrae T-11, T12 and even lumbar 3; Radiographic studies were carried out where the injuries in his spine were corroborated, he was managed with conservative therapy of analgesics, anti-inflammatories, thermotherapy and use of neural therapy. Akiles is currently on diet prescription food, he has had some relapses, but we continue with his physiotherapies.
Skuezze is a three-year-old Corgi who was brought to the clinic for elective ovariohysterectomy surgery - her owners responsibly opting for early sterilization.
Paquito is a four-year-old Chihuahuan who is taken to the clinic when he loses mobility in his hind legs, causing him not to be able to walk; A neurological examination and simple x-ray studies were performed associating the signs to a possible acute spinal trauma Hansen type I. Paquito began medical treatment based on anti-inflammatories, analgesics, neuroprotectors at the same time that he began electroacupuncture, neural therapy and physiotherapy with TENS ( low frequency electrotherapy). In the span of two months, Paquito presented an improvement of 90% and currently he has not had relapses, visiting us constantly.
Frida is a feline who came to the clinic for the first time in October 2015 with a history of several days of evolution; a very animated patient, but with a rather strange clinical picture. After a series of studies, a lot of patience from her owners and a lot of affection, it was found that the patient had a ruptured bladder, so surgery was performed to correct the bladder injury found. After two weeks of recovery and without knowing the initial cause for which she had that injury, Frida returned home with Rufino, Simón and now also Zuria to her happy home.
Koska is a nine-year-old Labrador who attended the clinic for the first time with pain when walking in August 2017, with a couple of weeks of evolution; After reviewing the patient and performing an orthopedic examination, it is detected that she manifests pain to the caudal hyperextension of the right pelvic limb, for which a radiographic study of the hip is performed in which it is appreciated that the patient had coxofemoral osteoarthritis secondary to dysplacia of the hip. grade I hip, proceeding to perform arthroplastic excision surgery of the femoral head. After a couple of months with analgesic treatment, chondroprotectors, a light diet and physiotherapies, today Koska is 100% recovered living in her native Spain.