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Clinical features and surgical treatment of inflammatory colorectal polyps in miniature dachshunds: 40 cases (2002-2015)

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Title: Clinical features and surgical treatment of inflammatory colorectal polyps in miniature dachshunds: 40 cases (2002-2015)
Authors: Horikirizono, Hiro Browse this author
Ishigaki, Kumiko Browse this author
Amaha, Takao Browse this author
Iizuka, Keigo Browse this author
Nagumo, Takahiro Browse this author
Tamura, Kei Browse this author
Seki, Mamiko Browse this author
Edamura, Kazuya Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Watari, Toshihiro Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Asano, Kazushi Browse this author
Keywords: dog
inflammatory colorectal polyps
miniature dachshund
mucosa-submucosal pull-through technique
postoperative adjuvant therapy
Issue Date: May-2019
Publisher: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido University
Journal Title: Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research
Volume: 67
Issue: 2
Start Page: 173
End Page: 183
Abstract: The medical records of 40 client-owned miniature dachshunds were reviewed to analyze the clinical features of miniature dachshunds with inflammatory colorectal polyps (ICRPs) and to evaluate the therapeutic effects of surgical treatment involving the mucosa-submucosal pull-through technique. All the dogs underwent a physical examination, digital rectal examination, complete blood count, serum chemistry, colonoscopy, endoscopic ultrasound, radiography, abdominal ultrasonography, surgical treatment (with the mucosa-submucosal pull-through technique), and postoperative care, including non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Typical clinical signs included hematochezia (100%), tenesmus (75%), and large intestinal diarrhea (70%). Colonoscopies revealed that the lesions were located only in the rectum in 18 cases (45%), involved the descending colon in 21 cases (52.5%), and involved the transverse colon in 1 case (2.5%). Endoscopic ultrasounds showed that the lesions were located within the mucosal layer in all dogs. The mucosa-submucosal pull-through technique was feasible in all cases without intraoperative complications. Short-term complications were observed; however, they rapidly resolved. No long-term complications were noted. Most dogs were prescribed NSAIDs and mesalazine for long-term postoperative medical management. The mortality rate was 0%; the recurrence rate was 12.5%. Our study described the clinical features of ICRPs in miniature dachshunds and revealed that the lesions were located in the mucosa-submucosal layer even in cases of adenocarcinoma. Our findings suggest the mucosa-submucosal pull-through technique improves the prognosis of miniature dachshunds with ICRPs.
Type: bulletin (data paper)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2115/74798
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