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Ligasure to control bleeding and avoid suture closure for rectal polyp.

1. Brutus

Endoscopic technique:
Ligasure to control bleeding and avoid suture closure for rectal polyp.

Cystoscopy to diagnoseand help surgically repair an ectopic ureter.

2. Kona

Endoscopic technique:
Cystoscopy to diagnose and help surgically repair an ectopic ureter.

Laparoscopy for full-thickness resection of colonic adenoma.

3. Dotty

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopy for full-thickness resection of colonic adenoma.

Laparoscopic assisted calculi removal and then transurethral calculi removal after perineal urethrostomy.

4. Odie

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopic assisted calculi removal and then transurethral calculi removal after perineal urethrostomy.

Rigid 2.7 scope to remove residual Penrose drain.

5. Calla

Endoscopic technique:
Rigid 2.7 scope to remove residual Penrose drain.

Laparoscopic liver biopsy

6. Christi

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopy to examine and biopsy liver disease.

Kidney disease.

7. Wendy

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopic kidney biopsy.

Esophagoscopy to remove bone from esophagus.

8. Bruster

Endoscopic technique:
Esophagoscopy to remove bone from esophagus.

Thoracoscopy to identify lung disease leading to pneumothorax.

9. Huggins

Endoscopic technique:
Thoracoscopy to identify lung disease leading to pneumothorax.

Cystoscopy to identify and treat cause of incontinence.

10. Sierra

Endoscopic technique:
Cystoscopy to identify and treat cause of incontinence.

Rhinoscopy to diagnose cause of epistaxis (bloody discharge from nose).

11. Spike

Endoscopic technique:
Rhinoscopy to diagnose cause of epistaxis (bloody discharge from nose).

Video-otoscopy to identify and remove cause of middle ear disease.

12. Snowball

Endoscopic technique:
Video-otoscopy to identify and remove cause of middle ear disease.

Rhinoscopy to resect recurring cancer in the nose.

13. Radar

Endoscopic technique:
Rhinoscopy to resect recurring cancer in the nose.

Cystoscopy to identify and correct the cause of incontinence.

14. Peanut

Endoscopic technique:
Cystoscopy to identify and correct the cause of incontinence.

Thoracoscopy to resect stricture around the esophagus causing regurgitation.

15. Daisy

Endoscopic technique:
Thoracoscopy to resect stricture around the esophagus causing regurgitation.

Laparoscopy to remove retained testicle and to perform a gastropexy.

16. Bosso

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopy to remove retained testicle and to perform a gastropexy.

Cystoscopy to diagnose obstruction to urination and to resect tumor.

17. Lucy

Cystoscopy to diagnose obstruction to urination and to resect tumor.

Pharngoscopy to adjust lateral movement of arytenoids while treating laryngeal paralysis.

18. Gator

Endoscopic technique:
Pharngoscopy to adjust lateral movement of arytenoids while treating laryngeal paralysis.

Cystoscopy to identify source of bloody urine.

19. Emma

Endoscopic technique:
Cystoscopy to identify source of bloody urine.

Video-otoscopy to diagnose the cause of chronic ear discharge, followed by endoscopic assistance to remove polyp from middle ear.

20. Watson

Endoscopic technique:
Video-otoscopy to diagnose the cause of chronic ear discharge, followed by endoscopic assistance to remove polyp from middle ear.

Video-otoscopy to diagnose ear mites.

21. Franklin

Endoscopic technique:
Video-otoscopy to diagnose ear mites. [A short movie can be downloaded from the video-otoscopy section of the web site.]

Video-otoscopy to diagnose cause of chronic ear disease.

22. Ginger

Endoscopic technique:
Video-otoscopy to diagnose cause of chronic ear disease.

Video-otoscopy to diagnose ear disease.

23. Phoebe

Endoscopic technique:
Video-otoscopy to diagnose ear disease.

Rhinoscopy to identify and resect stricture causing nasal discharge.

24. Millie

Endoscopic technique:
Rhinoscopy to identify and resect stricture causing nasal discharge.

Laparoscopy to remove ovaries left following previous spay.

25. Lucy

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopy to remove ovaries left following previous spay.

Rhinoscopy to diagnose and treat.

26. Bahareah

Endoscopic technique:
Rhinoscopy to diagnose and treat.

Cystoscopy to examine urethra and bladder, following perineal urethrostomy.

27. Peter

Endoscopic technique:
Cystoscopy to examine urethra and bladder, following perineal urethrostomy.

Laparoscopic assisted colopexy to permanently secure the descending colon to the abdominal wall.

28. Noble

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopic assisted colopexy to permanently secure the descending colon to the abdominal wall.

Laparoscopic assisted cystoscopy to remove stone and examine bladder and urethra to insure that all stones were removed.

29. Baby

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopic assisted cystoscopy to remove stone and examine bladder and urethra to insure that all stones were removed.

Laparoscopic assisted correction of the gastric rotation and incisional gastropexy.

30. Karma

Endoscopic technique:
Laparoscopic assisted correction of the gastric rotation and incisional gastropexy.

Thoracoscopic Pericardial Resection.

31. Shaq

Endoscopic technique:
Thoracoscopic Pericardial Resection.

Congestive Heart Failure, Pericardial Effusion.

32. Tyler

Endoscopic technique:
Congestive Heart Failure, Pericardial Effusion.

Balloon Dilation via Esophagostomy. Dissection of Ligamentum Arteriosus.

33. Cry Baby

Endoscopic technique:
Balloon Dilation via Esophagostomy. Dissection of Ligamentum Arteriosus.

Thoracoscopic Assisted Partial Lobectomy.

34. Barney

Endoscopic technique:
Thoracoscopic Assisted Partial Lobectomy.

Peritoneal-Pericardial Hernia.

35. Kalamity

Endoscopic technique:
Peritoneal-Pericardial Hernia.

Bicavatory Effusion, Mesothelioma.

36. Chelsea

Endoscopic technique:
Bicavatory Effusion, Mesothelioma.
Laparoscopic-assisted cystoscopy to remove calculi from the bladder and urethra.

37. Tipper

Endoscopic procedure:
Laparoscopic-assisted cystoscopy to remove calculi from the bladder and urethra.

Laparoscopic ovariohysterectomy followed by laparoscopic-assisted gastropexy.

38. Derby

Endoscopic procedure:
Laparoscopic ovariohysterectomy followed by laparoscopic-assisted gastropexy.

Laparoscopic-assisted cystopexy.

39. Alex

Endoscopic procedure:
Laparoscopic-assisted cystopexy.

Laparoscopy to biopsy liver and other abdominal masses.

40. Mimi

Endoscopic procedure:
Laparoscopy to biopsy liver and other abdominal masses.

Laparoscopy to examine and biopsy abdominal mass.

41. Holly

Endoscopic procedure:
Laparoscopy to examine and biopsy abdominal mass.

Urethroscopy during a traditional laparotomy to remove calculi from the bladder.

42. Bently

Endoscopic procedure:
Urethroscopy during a traditional laparotomy to remove calculi from the bladder.

Rhinoscopy to examine and biopsy mass.

43. Dinky

Endoscopic procedure:
Rhinoscopy to examine and biopsy mass.

Vaginoscopy to examine masses occasionally seen protruding from the vulva.

44. Angel

Endoscopic procedure:
Vaginoscopy to examine masses occasionally seen protruding from the vulva.

Arthroscopy of both elbow joints.

45. Yoshi

Endoscopic procedure:
Arthroscopy of both elbow joints.

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