Photo gallery: Canine craniectomy

Photo gallery: Canine craniectomy

Dec 11, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

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Digger is an Australian shepherd that came to NorthStar VETS with a bony growth on his forehead. Dr. Logan (neurology) and Dr. Culbert (surgery) removed the growth and this dog is much happier today.

Photos courtesy of NorthStar VETS

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This bony growth was removed from Digger’s skull.

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Titanium mesh was installed onto the top of Digger’s head.

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Dr. Logan closes up after Digger’s successful surgery.

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Digger recovers after surgery.

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