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Some open wounds heal quickly and cosmetically with simple hydrotherapy. Other wounds respond very well to Epsom salt soaks. Surely, there are other examples of patients who may not benefit from surgery.

Sandy Springs Veterinary Clinic
(864) 209-1995
5905 Highway 76
Pendleton, SC
Hours
Monday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday Closed
Services
Animal Boarding, Animal Microchipping, Equine Vet, Large Animal Vet, Small Animal Vet, Spaying/Neutering, Veterinarians, Veterinary Dentistry, Veterinary Euthanasia, Veterinary House Calls, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Vaccinations

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(864) 859-6409
6714 Calhoun Memorial Hwy
Easley, SC

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Outlaw Veterinary Clinic
(864) 859-5033
4384 Pelzer Hwy
Easley, SC

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Sandy Springs Veterinary Clnc
(864) 224-0393
6905 Highway 76
Pendleton, SC

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Pet Med Mobile
(864) 232-2718
707 E Stone Ave
Greenville, SC

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Pickens Animal Hospital
(864) 878-3044
2555 Gentry Memorial Hwy
Pickens, SC

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(864) 859-3518
503 Ross Ave
Easley, SC

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Clemson Animal Hospital Llc
(864) 654-4204
108 Liberty Dr
Clemson, SC

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Poinsett Animal Hospital
(864) 233-6903
2606 Poinsett Hwy
Greenville, SC

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North Greenville Animal Hosp
(864) 244-8281
1300 Stallings Rd
Greenville, SC

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Deciphering 13 Surgeon Phrases

A 16-year-old collie had this 6-pound benign splenic hematoma. (Courtesy of Dr. Phil Zeltzman)
Surgeons love quotes. In a few words, a good quote summarizes the wisdom accumulated by past generations. Sometimes borrowed from others, sometimes definitely unique, quotes are important to live by in the operating room as long as we all understand that they are tongue in cheek.

  1. A chance to cut is a chance to cure
    Most of us live for surgery. It’s pretty simple, really: If a patient has a tumor, cut it out. If a dog has a twisted stomach, untwist it (and pexy it!). If the patient is paralyzed, remove the herniated disc.

    Surgeons are more open-minded than many credit them for. For example, most surgeons now realize that a perianal fistula is not a surgical condition. Because of its immune-mediated etiology, it often is best treated with drugs such as cyclosporine.

    Some open wounds heal quickly and cosmetically with simple hydrotherapy. Other wounds respond very well to Epsom salt soaks. Surely, there are other examples of patients who may not benefit from surgery.

    Our musically inclined readers may be interested in this factoid: “A Chance to Cut Is a Chance to Cure” is an album by a San Francisco duo named Matmos. They apparently added their electronic music to recordings of actual surgical procedures: a suction machine, a bone saw, plastic surgeries. Song titles include “LASIK,” “Lipostudio” and “California Rhinoplasty.”
    The CD is easy to spot at your...

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