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Perspective - Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Allied Science (2023) Volume 7, Issue 3

Emerging trends in veterinary surgery: Recent findings in the journal of veterinary medicine and allied science

Hassel RJ *

Department of surgery, University of South Alabama, United States

*Corresponding Author:
Hassel RJ
Department of surgery, University of South Alabama, United States
E-mail: hassel@southalabama.e

Received: 02-June-2023, Manuscript No. AAVMAS-23-103078; Editor assigned: 03-June-2023, PreQC No. AAVMAS-23-103078 (PQ); Reviewed:16-June-2023, QC No. AAVMAS-23-103078; Revised:18-June-2023, Manuscript No. AAVMAS-23-103078 (R); Published:25-June-2023, DOI:10.35841/ aavmas-7.3.146

Citation: RJ H. Emerging trends in veterinary surgery: Recent findings in the journal of veterinary medicine and allied science. J Vet Med Allied Sci.2023;7(3):146

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Veterinary surgery plays a crucial role in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of surgical conditions in animals. It is a rapidly advancing field that embraces new technologies, techniques, and evidence-based practices. The Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Allied Science serves as a platform for researchers and practitioners to share their recent findings and advancements in veterinary surgery. This introduction provides an overview of the importance of veterinary surgery and sets the stage for exploring key research areas that drive emerging trends in the field [1].

Minimally Invasive Surgery: Minimally invasive surgery, including laparoscopy and arthroscopy, has gained significant traction in veterinary practice. The journal features research articles on minimally invasive techniques, equipment advancements, and their applications in various procedures. Studies highlight the benefits of smaller incisions, reduced postoperative pain, faster recovery times, and improved surgical outcomes associated with minimally invasive approaches. Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy: Regenerative medicine offers exciting possibilities for enhancing tissue repair and promoting healing in veterinary surgery. The journal presents research on the use of stem cells, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and other regenerative therapies to treat musculoskeletal injuries, wound healing, and other surgical conditions. Studies explore the efficacy, safety, and optimal protocols for incorporating regenerative medicine into veterinary surgical practice [2] .

Surgical Oncology: The field of surgical oncology in veterinary medicine continues to advance, with a focus on improving cancer treatment outcomes. The journal features research on surgical techniques for tumor resection, including advancements in tumor imaging, intraoperative margin assessment, and reconstructive procedures. Studies also investigate the role of surgery in multimodal approaches to cancer treatment, including chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and immunotherapy. Orthopedic Surgery: Orthopedic surgery remains a prominent area of research and innovation in veterinary surgery. The journal highlights recent findings on advancements in orthopedic implants, fracture management techniques, joint replacement surgeries, and treatment options for conditions such as cranial cruciate ligament disease and hip dysplasia. Studies also explore rehabilitation protocols and postoperative management strategies to optimize patient outcomes [3].

Robotic Surgery: Robotic-assisted surgery is an emerging trend in veterinary surgery, offering enhanced precision and control during complex procedures. Future research will focus on the development and refinement of robotic systems specifically designed for veterinary applications. These advancements have the potential to revolutionize the field, allowing for more intricate surgeries and expanding treatment options for animals. 3D Printing and Custom Implants: The use of 3D printing technology in veterinary surgery is gaining momentum. Researchers are exploring the feasibility of creating patient-specific implants, surgical guides, and models using 3D printing techniques. This approach allows for precise anatomical reconstruction, better implant fit, and improved surgical outcomes. Future studies will further explore the applications of 3D printing in various surgical disciplines [4,].

Artificial Intelligence and Surgical Planning: Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize surgical planning and decision-making in veterinary surgery. AI algorithms can analyze preoperative imaging, patient data, and surgical outcomes to assist surgeons in optimizing surgical approaches, predicting complications, and improving patient outcomes. Future research will focus on developing AI-powered tools and decision support systems tailored to the specific needs of veterinary surgeons [5,].


The Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Allied Science serves as a valuable source of information for the emerging trends in veterinary surgery. Recent findings highlight the advancements in minimally invasive surgery, regenerative medicine, surgical oncology, and orthopedic surgery. The future of veterinary surgery lies in the integration of robotic-assisted surgery, 3D printing, and artificial intelligence, which will further enhance surgical precision, improve patient outcomes, and expand treatment options for animals. By staying informed about these emerging trends, veterinary surgeons can continue to deliver high-quality surgical care to their patients and contribute to the advancement of the field.


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