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Journal November 2007 (Vol 29, No 11)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Surgical Management of Common Canine Prostatic Conditions

1.The prostate is situated
2.Disruption of the _____ nerve causes dysfunction of the bladder detrusor muscle.
3.The direction from which most blood vessels enter the prostate is
4.The most common prostatic disease in castrated dogs is
5.Prostatic abscesses are most commonly caused by
6.Prostatic neoplasia
7._________ is the most common reported postoperative complication associated with total prostatectomy.
8.Ultrasound-guided percutaneous drainage is performed in patients with
9.Which is a benefit of the omentalization technique?
10.Which of the following statements about long-term antibiotic therapy is true?
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