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Local anaesthesia – nerve blocks

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Abstract

This section describes the various nerve blocks that can be used in treatment of perioperative pain or for local anaesthesia.

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Image of Anatomical landmarks for performing maxillary (A), infraorbital (B), mandibular (C) and mental nerve blocks (D) in dogs
Anatomical landmarks for performing maxillary (A), infraorbital (B), mandibular (C) and mental nerve blocks (D) in dogs Anatomical landmarks for performing maxillary (A), infraorbital (B), mandibular (C) and mental nerve blocks (D) in dogs
Image of Anatomical landmarks for performing infraorbital (B), mandibular (C) and mental nerve blocks (D) in cats
Anatomical landmarks for performing infraorbital (B), mandibular (C) and mental nerve blocks (D) in cats Anatomical landmarks for performing infraorbital (B), mandibular (C) and mental nerve blocks (D) in cats
Image of Anatomical landmarks for performing auriculotemporal (A) and great auricular (B) nerve blocks in dogs
Anatomical landmarks for performing auriculotemporal (A) and great auricular (B) nerve blocks in dogs Anatomical landmarks for performing auriculotemporal (A) and great auricular (B) nerve blocks in dogs
Image of Anatomical landmarks for performing paravertebral blockade of the brachial plexus in dogs (dotted line shows normal anatomical position of the scapula)
Anatomical landmarks for performing paravertebral blockade of the brachial plexus in dogs (dotted line shows normal anatomical position of the scapula) Anatomical landmarks for performing paravertebral blockade of the brachial plexus in dogs (dotted line shows normal anatomical position of the scapula)
Image of Anatomical landmarks for performing axillary blockade of the brachial plexus in cats
Anatomical landmarks for performing axillary blockade of the brachial plexus in cats Anatomical landmarks for performing axillary blockade of the brachial plexus in cats
Image of Anatomical landmarks for performing auriculotemporal (A) and great auricular (B) nerve blocks in dogs
Anatomical landmarks for performing auriculotemporal (A) and great auricular (B) nerve blocks in dogs Anatomical landmarks for performing auriculotemporal (A) and great auricular (B) nerve blocks in dogs
Image of Anatomical landmarks for performing nerve blocks of the distal branches of the radial, ulnar and median nerves in cats. Shaded areas within dotted lines show areas to be blocked
Anatomical landmarks for performing nerve blocks of the distal branches of the radial, ulnar and median nerves in cats. Shaded areas within dotted lines show areas to be blocked Anatomical landmarks for performing nerve blocks of the distal branches of the radial, ulnar and median nerves in cats. Shaded areas within dotted lines show areas to be blocked
Image of Anatomical landmarks for saphenous, common peroneal and tibial nerve blocks in dogs (median view)
Anatomical landmarks for saphenous, common peroneal and tibial nerve blocks in dogs (median view) Anatomical landmarks for saphenous, common peroneal and tibial nerve blocks in dogs (median view)
Image of Anatomical landmarks for performing lumbosacral epidural anaesthesia and analgesia in dogs. The lumbosacral space can be found caudal to a line drawn between the cranial borders of the ilia (marked with a dotted line). A Dorsal view. B Lateral view.
Anatomical landmarks for performing lumbosacral epidural anaesthesia and analgesia in dogs. The lumbosacral space can be found caudal to a line drawn between the cranial borders of the ilia (marked with a dotted line). A Dorsal view. B Lateral view. Anatomical landmarks for performing lumbosacral epidural anaesthesia and analgesia in dogs. The lumbosacral space can be found caudal to a line drawn between the cranial borders of the ilia (marked with a dotted line). Dorsal view. Lateral view.

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