MVS is available to perform the following procedures:

Orthopedic Surgery
cranial cruciate ligament injury treatment with TPLO or lateral fabellotibial suture repair, patellar luxation correction
Hip: femoral head & neck ostectomy
Shoulder: Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) removal
Elbow: Fragmented Medial Coronoid Process (FMCP or FCP) or Ununited Anconeal Process (UAP) excision
or luxation repair
Stem cell treatment:

Soft Tissue Surgery
foreign body retrieval, full-thickness intestinal biopsies, mass removal, pyloroplasty, subtotal colectomy in cats
cholecystectomy, biliary diversion, liver biopsy or mass removal
cystotomy, urinary bladder repair, nephrectomy
Diaphragmatic hernia
or peritoneopericardial hernia repair

Brachycephalic airway: stenotic nares & soft palate correction
Laryngeal paralysis: arytenoid lateralization
Lung lobectomy or partial lobectomy, pericardectomy, PDA occlusion, PRAA correction
Digit or limb amputation, mastectomy, mass excision, bone or lymph node biopsy
Rear end
Lower urinary tract:
perineal urethrostomy in cats, scrotal urethrostomy in dogs, urethral trauma management
anal sacculectomy, perineal hernia repair, rectal mass excision, vulvoplasty
Wound management
Tube or port placement


Preoperative diagnostics

Full labwork (CBC, chemistry panel, and urinalysis) for all patients prior to general anesthesia is appreciated.

MVS requires the following diagnostics within one month of any anesthesia.
Elective procedures in patients without clinical signs

<2 years of age:  PCV/TS, chemistry panel, urine specific gravity

2 to 10 years:  CBC, chemistry panel, urine specific gravity
10+ years:  CBC, chemistry panel, urinalysis, thoracic radiographs (3 view)
Heart murmur:  thoracic radiographs (right lateral and VD views) or prior evaluation by a cardiologist
Previous azotemia:  PCV/TS, chemistry panel, urinalysis within 48 hours
Suspected neoplasia:  thoracic radiographs (3 view)

Additional diagnostics may be recommended or required for individual patients.