Rabbits that have been inappetent for longer than 24 h or those who are recumbent or too weak to swallow may require more aggressive assisted feeding, such as a nasogastric tube Nasogastric intubation.
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Colon: megacolon syndrome
Dental malocclusion / overgrowth
Diaphragm: hernia / rupture
Ear base abscess
Ear: total ear canal ablation
Gastric dilation and stasis
Handling - restraint
Lung lobe abscess
Nutrition: dietary requirements
Submandibular gland disease
Syringe feeding your rabbit
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Skin cancer / tumors
Infraorbital / mental nerve block landmarks: diagram
Use of supraglottic airway device (V-gel)
Emergency first aid
Laparoscopy equipment: intra-operative position - diagram
Medial patella desmotomy/lateral retinacular imbrication: diagram
Lateral fabelloligament suture placement: diagram
Lateral fabellopatellar suture placement: diagram
Trochlear wedge sulcopasty: diagram
Patella luxation 02: AP radiograph
Patella luxation 01: LL radiograph
Osteoporosis: lateral radiograph
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