Dean Hendrickson

Professor Clinical Sciences

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Equine Endoscopic Surgery including Laparoscopy, Arthroscopy and Flexible Endoscopy, 
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Lameness.

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Laparoscopic Surgical Approaches,
Wound Healing,
Pain Relief,
Teaching Methods.
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About Dean

Clinical Interests: Equine Endoscopic Surgery including Laparoscopy, Arthroscopy and Flexible Endoscopy, Wound healing, Lameness. Research Interests: Laparoscopic Surgical Approaches, Wound Healing, Pain Relief, Teaching Methods.

Education

MS, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1992DVM, Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado, 1988BA, Carroll College, Helena, Montana Biology/Chemistry, 1984

Certifications

Clinical
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons

Publications

Virgin J, Hendrickson DA, Wallis T, Rao S. 2010. Comparison of Intraoperative Behavioral and Hormaonal Responses to Noxious Stimuli between Mares Sedated with Caudal Epidural Detomidine Hydrochloride or a Continuous Intravenous Infusion of Detomidine Hydrochloride for Standing Laparoscopid Ovariectomy. Vet Surg 39:745-760. Concurrent or sequential development of medial meniscal and subchondral cystic lesions within the medial femorotibial joint in horses (1996-2006). Hendrix SM, Baxter GM, McIlwraith CW, Hendrickson DA, Goodrich LR, Frisbie DD, Trotter GW. Equine Vet J. 2010 Jan;42(1):5-9.Adams MK, Hendrickson DA*, Rao S, Popelka O, Bolte D. 2010. The Bacteria Isolated from the Skin of 20 Horses at a Veterinary Teaching Hospital. JEVS 30:687-695.Tuohy JL, Hendrickson DA*, Hendrix SM, Bohanon TC. 2009. Standing laparoscopic repair of a ruptured urinary bladder in a mature draught horse. Equine Vet Ed. 21:257-261. Barrell E, Hendrickson DA*. 2009. Tumours of the equine bladder: What makes treatment of these cases so difficult? Equine Vet Ed. 21:267-268. Barrell E, Hendrickson DA*. 2009. Rebreeding of the partially hysterectomised mare: Uterine surface area as a factor of success. Equine Vet Ed. 21:205-206.

Species Interest

Equine Exclusive/Predominant

                
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