@article{putterman_trumpatori_mathews_2019, title={Successful vascularized jejunal patch graft to treat severe orad duodenal injury secondary to foreign body obstruction in a dog}, volume={48}, ISSN={["1532-950X"]}, DOI={10.1111/vsu.13174}, abstractNote={Abstract}, number={7}, journal={VETERINARY SURGERY}, author={Putterman, Allison B. and Trumpatori, Brian and Mathews, Kyle G.}, year={2019}, month={Oct}, pages={1338–1343} } @article{mcdonald-lynch_marcellin-little_roe_lascelles_trumpatori_griffith_2015, title={Assessment of an implant-skin interface scoring system for external skeletal fixation of dogs}, volume={76}, url={https://dx.doi.org/10.2460/ajvr.76.11.931}, DOI={10.2460/ajvr.76.11.931}, abstractNote={Abstract}, number={11}, journal={American Journal of Veterinary Research}, author={McDonald-Lynch, M. B. and Marcellin-Little, D. J. and Roe, Simon and Lascelles, B. Duncan X. and Trumpatori, B. J. and Griffith, E. H.}, year={2015}, pages={931–938} } @article{krebs_roe_lascelles_marcellin-little_trumpatori_spodnick_2014, title={Biomechanical Evaluation of the Influence of an Intramedullary Pin on the Stability of a Feline Ilial Fracture Model Stabilized With a Bone Plate}, volume={43}, ISSN={["1532-950X"]}, url={https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1532-950x.2013.12091.x}, DOI={10.1111/j.1532-950x.2013.12091.x}, abstractNote={ObjectiveTo compare the mechanical properties of feline ilial fractures stabilized with either a plate (P), or a plate and IM pin (P + P).}, number={2}, journal={VETERINARY SURGERY}, author={Krebs, Renee C. and Roe, Simon C. and Lascelles, B. Duncan X. and Marcellin-Little, Denis J. and Trumpatori, Brian J. and Spodnick, Gary}, year={2014}, month={Feb}, pages={114–119} } @article{trumpatori_carter_hash_davidson_mathews_roe_lascelles_2010, title={Evaluation of a Midhumeral Block of the Radial, Ulnar, Musculocutaneous and Median (RUMM Block) Nerves for Analgesia of the Distal Aspect of the Thoracic Limb in Dogs}, volume={39}, ISSN={0161-3499}, url={http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1532-950x.2010.00712.x}, DOI={10.1111/j.1532-950x.2010.00712.x}, abstractNote={OBJECTIVE To evaluate a technique for midhumeral peripheral nerve blockade in the dog. STUDY DESIGN Cadaveric technique development; in vivo placebo-controlled, prospective crossover study. ANIMALS Canine cadavers (n=38) and 8 clinically healthy, adult hound dogs. METHODS A technique for peripheral block of the radial, ulnar, musculocutaneous, and median nerves (RUMM block) was evaluated using cadaver limbs. Eight purpose-bred, research dogs were anesthetized; a RUMM block was performed on each thoracic limb. One limb from each dog randomly received 0.5% bupivacaine and the opposite limb was assigned to receive sterile saline solution as a control. After recovery from anesthesia, skin sensation at selected dermatomes was evaluated for 24 hours using a mechanical stimulus. Weight-bearing, conscious proprioception, and withdrawal reflex were also evaluated. One month after initial testing, each dog was reanesthetized and each limb received the opposite treatment. RESULTS Sensory thresholds were significantly increased over baseline measurements when compared with control limbs for all nerves. Complete sensory block was achieved in radial (15/16), ulnar (3/16), musculocutaneous (8/16), and median (11/16) nerves, using a mechanical stimulus of analgesia. Complete simultaneous block of all nerves was only obtained in 1 of 16 limbs. CONCLUSION RUMM block resulted in desensitization of the skin in the associated dermatomes for 4-10 hours. Complete sensory block of the dermatomes supplied by the radial nerve was most consistent. CLINICAL RELEVANCE RUMM block may be an effective technique to provide adjunctive analgesia for dogs undergoing surgery of the distal aspect of the thoracic limb.}, number={7}, journal={Veterinary Surgery}, publisher={Wiley}, author={Trumpatori, Brian J. and Carter, Jennifer E. and Hash, Jon and Davidson, Gigi S. and Mathews, Kyle G. and Roe, Simon C. and Lascelles, B. Duncan X.}, year={2010}, month={Jul}, pages={785–796} } @article{konrade_clode_michau_roe_trumpatori_krug_gilger_2009, title={Surgical correction of severe strabismus and enophthalmos secondary to zygomatic arch fracture in a dog}, volume={12}, ISSN={1463-5216 1463-5224}, url={http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1463-5224.2008.00689.x}, DOI={10.1111/j.1463-5224.2008.00689.x}, abstractNote={Abstract}, number={2}, journal={Veterinary Ophthalmology}, publisher={Wiley}, author={Konrade, Kricket A. and Clode, Alison B. and Michau, Tammy M. and Roe, Simon C. and Trumpatori, Brian J. and Krug, William V. and Gilger, Brian C.}, year={2009}, month={Mar}, pages={119–124} } @article{trumpatori_geissler_mathews_2007, title={Parotid duct sialolithiasis in a dog}, volume={43}, ISSN={["1547-3317"]}, DOI={10.5326/0430045}, abstractNote={Computed tomography was used to evaluate a 7-year-old English bulldog with a history of facial swelling and to aid in the diagnosis of parotid duct sialolithiasis. Removal of the sialolith with repair of the duct was not possible because of ductal fibrosis. Histological evaluation revealed glandular atrophy and fibrosis with lymphoplasmacytic inflammation. The parotid duct was ulcerated and fibrotic, with a mixed inflammatory infiltrate. Surgical excision of the parotid duct and salivary gland was curative.}, number={1}, journal={JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION}, author={Trumpatori, Brian J. and Geissler, Kyleigh and Mathews, Kyle G.}, year={2007}, pages={45–51} } @article{wang_mathews_robertson_stebbins_trumpatori_2005, title={The effects of patient positioning and slice selection on canine acetabular angle assessment with computed tomography}, volume={46}, ISSN={1058-8183 1740-8261}, url={http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1740-8261.2005.00007.x}, DOI={10.1111/j.1740-8261.2005.00007.x}, abstractNote={Acetabular angles (AAs) and dorsal acetabular rim angles acquired by computed tomographic (CT) imaging have been used to assess patient response to juvenile pubic symphysiodesis surgery. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of patient positioning and slice selection on these angles, and an attempt was made to devise a repeatable method of measuring these angles that would eliminate positioning effects. We found significant variation in AAs with small differences in pelvic tilt and slice selection. Dorsal acetabular rim angles were not affected. As a result of positioning differences from one CT study to the next, every attempt should be made to standardize pelvic tilt, or eliminate its effect on AAs by standardizing gantry angle in relation to an anatomic landmark that will not change over time. The floor of the sacral vertebral canal may be a reasonable landmark for this purpose and deserves further study.}, number={1}, journal={Veterinary Radiology Ultrasound}, publisher={Wiley}, author={Wang, Sandy I. and Mathews, Kyle G. and Robertson, Ian D. and Stebbins, Marty and Trumpatori, Brian J.}, year={2005}, month={Jan}, pages={39–43} } @article{trumpatori_mathews_roe_robertson_2003, title={Radiographic anatomy of the canine coxofemoral joint using the dorsal acetabular rim (DAR) view}, volume={44}, ISSN={1058-8183 1740-8261}, url={http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1740-8261.2003.tb00501.x}, DOI={10.1111/j.1740-8261.2003.tb00501.x}, abstractNote={A radiographic study of the anatomy of the canine acetabulum was performed. The relationship between the area of dorsal acetabular rim that is subject to early damage in dogs with coxofemoral joint laxity, and the “DAR point” identified on dorsal acetabular rim (DAR) radiographic views was examined. Radiographs and digital photographs were made of the pelvis harvested from each of six skeletally mature dogs. Through analysis of these images, it was determined that in the standing animal, the DAR point is located 4–6 mm (or approximately 37°) caudal to the dorsal acetabular rim area that is prone to early damage in dogs with coxofemoral joint laxity. This study suggests that the DAR radiographic view may under‐represent changes to the dorsal acetabular rim in dogs with coxofemoral laxity.}, number={5}, journal={Veterinary Radiology Ultrasound}, publisher={Wiley}, author={Trumpatori, Brian J. and Mathews, Kyle G. and Roe, Simon R. and Robertson, Ian D.}, year={2003}, month={Sep}, pages={526–532} }