We were performing spinal surgery on a chihuahua. Surgeon Colin Whiting wears magnifying loupe spectacles with mounted spotlight which creates a much expanded and brightly illuminated viewing field- assisting greatly with procedures on tiny parts of tiny patients.
The second picture after closure shows the small bright light field on the table, where the loupes create a sharp magnified image.
Otto recovers from bilateral elbow coronoidectomy and PAUL procedures (Proximal Abducting Ulnar Osteotomies)
TJ had bilateral TPLO surgery after rupturing his cranial cruciate ligaments in both knees
Used to treat hip dysplasia in a 6 month old spaniel