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How the referral process works

After your vet has made a diagnosis and has identified your pet as a candidate for advanced, referral level surgery they will contact Mobile Surgical Solutions and provide appropriate case details and the results of any investigations. We can then provide your vets with support and advice on what surgery is recommended and what investigations or aftercare are required.

Where appropriate, a booking can be made for surgery. Not all surgeries are suitable for this setting and we can advise your vets if this is the case. Following the surgery, follow up visits and aftercare are performed by your vet with the support and advice of Mobile Surgical Solutions.

Surgery types that are potentially suitable

ORTHOPAEDIC

  • Tibial plateau levelling osteotomy (TPLO) for cranial cruciate ligament rupture
  • Lateral fabella suture placement for cranial cruciate ligament rupture.
  • Fracture repair
  • Joint luxation (dislocation repair)
  • Patella luxation surgery (dislocating kneecap)
  • Arthrodesis (joint fusion)
  • Angular limb deformity correction
  • Juvenile pubic symphysiodesis for hip dysplasia
  • Double pelvic osteotomy (DPO) or Triple Pelvic osteotomy (TPO) for hip dysplasia
  • Arthroscopy (minimally invasive camera assisted surgery for joints)

SOFT TISSUE SURGERY

  • Maxillectomy/mandibulectomy for cancer of the oral cavity
  • Urethrostomies for urinary tract obstruction (perineal, prepubic, subpubic, scrotal)
  • Corrective surgery for Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS)
  • Hernia repair (perineal, inguinal, body wall rupture, diaphragmatic rupture)
  • Cricoarytenoid lateralization for laryngeal paralysis
  • Major tumour resection and reconstruction
  • Total ear canal ablation and lateral bulla osteotomy (TECA/LBO)
  • Liver lobectomy
  • Lung lobectomy

NEUROSURGERY

  • Decompressive surgery for intervertebral disc disease (ventral slot, mini- hemilaminectomy/pediculectomy)
  • Foraminotomy, dorsal laminectomy or distraction/fusion for lumbosacral disease