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  • Basal cell carcinoma in a dog with chronic solar dermatitis 

    Saridomichelakis, M. N.; Day, M. J.; Apostolidis, K. N.; Tsioli, V.; Athanasiou, L. V.; Koutinas, A. F. (2013)
    A seven-year-old, entire male, American Staffordshire bull terrier was diagnosed with chronic solar dermatitis and basal cell carcinoma, based on physical examination, cutaneous cytology and histopathology. Immunohistochemistry ...
  • A case of bilateral auricular haematoma in a ewe-lamb with sarcoptic mange 

    Tsioli, V.; Farmaki, R.; Papastefanou, A.; Galatos, A. D.; Marinou, M.; Tontis, D.; Mavrogianni, V. S.; Doukas, D.; Saridomichelakis, M. N.; Fthenakis, G. C. (2013)
    A Lacaune ewe-lamb was referred with bilateral pinnal swelling and intense head-shaking. Soft, fluid-filled, painless swellings were present on the concave surface of both ear pinnae. Needle aspiration revealed sero-sanguineous ...
  • Comparison of absorbable and nonabsorbable sutures for intradermal skin closure in cats 

    Papazoglou, L. G.; Tsioli, V.; Papaioannou, N.; Georgiadis, M.; Savvas, I.; Prassinos, N.; Kouti, V.; Bikiaris, D.; Hadzigiannakis, C.; Zavros, N. (2010)
    Paired skin incisions were made in 6 cats and closed intradermally with the copolymer of glycolide, epsilon-caprolacton, and trimethylene-carbonate, or polypropylene suture. The macroscopic and histologic appearance of the ...
  • Comparison of three skin-stretching devices for closing skin defects on the limbs of dogs 

    Tsioli, V.; Papazoglou, L. G.; Papaioannou, N.; Psalla, D.; Savvas, I.; Pavlidis, L.; Karayannopoulpou, M. (2015)
    Our objective was to evaluate the effectiveness of skin-stretching devices for closing defects on the extremities of dogs. Antebrachial skin defects were created on the limbs of 24 dogs randomly divided into three groups. ...
  • Evaluation of the effectiveness of an ointment based on Alkannins/Shikonins on second intention wound healing in the dog 

    Karayannopoulou, M.; Tsioli, V.; Loukopoulos, P.; Anagnostou, T. L.; Giannakas, N.; Savvas, I.; Papazoglou, L. G.; Kaldrymidou, E. (2011)
    The enantiomeric naphthoquinones alkannins and shikonins (A/S) have been established as potent wound healing agents. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of an A/S based ointment for humans on second ...
  • Naturally Occurring Isohexenylnaphthazarins and Wound Healing: Experimental Study in Dogs 

    Karayannopoulou, M.; Loukopoulos, P.; Papazoglou, L. G.; Tsioli, V.; Anagnostou, T. L.; Assaloumidis, N.; Constantinidis, T. C.; Assimopoulou, A. N.; Kaldrymidou, E.; Papageorgiou, V. P. (2010)
    Background: The healing efficacy of isohexenylnaphthazarins (IHN) has been well proved on chronic or contaminated wounds. Objective: To evaluate the wound healing activity of an experimental ointment containing IHN on acute ...
  • The past, present and future in scaffold-based tendon treatments 

    Lomas, A. J.; Ryan, C. N. M.; Sorushanova, A.; Shologu, N.; Sideri, A. I.; Tsioli, V.; Fthenakis, G. C.; Tzora, A.; Skoufos, I.; Quinlan, L. R.; O'Laighin, G.; Mullen, A. M.; Kelly, J. L.; Kearns, S.; Biggs, M.; Pandit, A.; Zeugolis, D. I. (2015)
    Tendon injuries represent a significant clinical burden on healthcare systems worldwide. As the human population ages and the life expectancy increases, tendon injuries will become more prevalent especially among young ...
  • Pregnancy toxaemia as predisposing factor for development of mastitis in sheep during the immediately post-partum period 

    Barbagianni, M. S.; Mavrogianni, V. S.; Katsafadou, A. I.; Spanos, S. A.; Tsioli, V.; Galatos, A. D.; Nakou, M.; Valasi, I.; Gouletsou, P. G.; Fthenakis, G. C. (2015)
    Objective of the work was to evaluate the potential predisposing role of pregnancy toxaemia in development of mastitis in the immediately post-partum period. Ewes were allocated in subgroups A1 or A2 (with pregnancy toxaemia) ...
  • SURGERY Retained surgical swabs in dogs 

    Papazoglou, L. G.; Patsikas, M.; Kazakos, G.; Tsioli, V. (2011)
  • Surgical management of recurrent cervical sialoceles in four dogs 

    Tsioli, V.; Papazoglou, L. G.; Basdani, E.; Kosmas, P.; Brellou, G.; Poutahidis, T.; Bagias, S. (2013)
    Recurrent cervical sialoceles were diagnosed in four dogs associated with inadequate excision of the sublingual gland. Three dogs were managed by resection of the remnants of the sublingual gland via an oral approach. One ...
  • Use of a temporary incontinent end-on colostomy in a cat for the management of rectocutaneous fistulas associated with atresia ani 

    Tsioli, V.; Papazoglou, L. G.; Anagnostou, T.; Kouti, V.; Papadopoulou, P. (2009)
    A 21/2-month-old cat was evaluated for the presence of multiple draining tracts ventral to the tail of 8 days duration. Clinical and radiographic examination revealed that the cat had rectocutaneous fistulas and type II ...
  • The Use of Skin Stretching Devices and their Application to Small Animal Cases 

    Tsioli, V.; Papazoglou, L. G.; Papaioannou, N. (2009)
    In human medicine different skin stretching devices are used in order to close large wound deficits. They take advantage of the viscoelastic properties of the skin. Elongation of skin beyond its inherent extensibility ...