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Title: Treatment of laryngeal paralysis in captive wild felids; Arytenoid lateralization technique
Other Titles: การรักษาปัญหากล่องเสียงอัมพาตในสัตว์ตระกูลเสือด้วยวิธี Arytenoid lateralization technique
Authors: Phingphol Charoonrut
Sukanya Manee-in
Ruangrat Buddhirongawat
Nareerat Sungchachai
Tipapan Parnluck
Luxsana Pasittichai
Siriporn Tangsudjai
Mahidol University. Faculty of Veterinary Science
Supanburi. Bueng Chawak Zoo
Rachaburi. Kao-Pratapchang Wildlife Breeding Center
Keywords: arytenoid lateralization;laryngeal paralysis;lion;tiger;wild felids;การเย็บรั้งไปด้านข้างของกระดูกอริทีนอยด์;กล่องเสียงอัมพาต;สิงโต;เสือ;สัตว์ตระกูลเสือ;Open Access article
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Journal of Applied Animal Science. Vol.5, No.1 (Jan-Apr 2012), 39-46
Abstract: The purpose of this study was an evaluation of the result of laryngeal paralysis treatment in tigers (Panthera tigris) and lions (Panthera leo) by using arytenoid lateralization technique. Four tigers with left unilateral laryngeal paralysis, 2 tigers and 2 lion with bilateral laryngeal paralysis were included. The surgical procedure was performed by left unilateral arytenoid lateralization in all animals. The better clinical signs after operation were shown in 7 animals except 1 lion that was not improved and died 14 days after operation because of pre-operative systemic infection. One tiger died with the recurrent problem at 10 days after operation because of the laceration at the muscular process of arytenoid cartilage at prosthesis anchored. This technique used in this study can be used to treat the laryngeal paralysis in tigers and lions.
URI: http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/1689
ISSN: 1906-2257
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