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Surgeon Fixes Puppy’s Problem with Minimally Invasive Approach

ciLiving (WCIA-TV; July 9) – For the first time at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, a puppy born with a persistent right aortic arch (a condition that causes constriction of the esophagus) was treated with minimally invasive surgical correction. Dr. Jacqui Scott fixed the puppy’s problem non-invasively, using a scope instead of making a large incision through the chest.