Veterinarian Emmanuelle Butty corrected a dog's ectopic ureters using minimally invasive fluoroscopy, cystoscopy and a laser instead of invasive surgery to remove an abnormal membrane and connect the ureters to the bladder. An anonymous donor funded both the equipment and a two-year fellowship at Tufts University's School of Veterinary Medicine in urology and nephrology.
Minimally invasive technique maximizes urinary disorder outcomes
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