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Abdominal Cryptorchid Repair

On Demand

Retained or cryptorchid testicles can pose a major health risk for intact male dogs.  Abdominal cryptorchid testicles in particular commonly develop into cancerous growths.  In this video, Dr. Dan guides you through two major points: 1) The parapreputial approach to the caudal abdomen in male dogs.  2) The critical anatomic landmarks to help you find and identify abdominal testicles each and every time.

Tags: Surgery, soft tissue, neuter, desex, canine, dog, testicle, abdomen, abdominal, retain, retained, retained testicle, abdominal testicle, cryptorchid, cryptorchid testicle, abdominal cryptorchid, abdominal cryptorchid testicle, bladder, ductus deferens, spermatic cord

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Breanna Demaline

Amazing! Easy to follow along and understand, even for pre-clinical students!

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Christelle Sasselli

Easy to understand and follow along, explanations were clear. Amazing job!!