Department of Surgery & ٍٍReproductive

More ...

About Department of Surgery & ٍٍReproductive

Facts about Department of Surgery & ٍٍReproductive

We are proud of what we offer to the world and the community

7

Publications

10

Academic Staff

Who works at the Department of Surgery & ٍٍReproductive

Department of Surgery & ٍٍReproductive has more than 10 academic staff members

staff photo

Dr. lutfi Musa sasi BenAli

ا.د. لطفي بن علي هو احد اعضاء هيئة التدريس بقسم الجراحة والتناسليات بكلية الطب البيطري.انخرط بالسلك التدريسي بجامعة طرابلس كمعيد مند (1988) والان يشغل درحة استاد منذ 2015 وله العديد من المنشورات العلمية في مجال تخصصه

Publications

Some of publications in Department of Surgery & ٍٍReproductive

Fore-Aft Ground Force Adaptations to Induced Forelimb Lameness in Walking and Trotting Dogs

Animals alter their locomotor mechanics to adapt to a loss of limb function. To better understand their compensatory mechanisms, this study evaluated the changes in the fore-aft ground forces to forelimb lameness and tested the hypothesis that dogs unload the affected limb by producing a nose-up pitching moment via the exertion of a net-propulsive force when the lame limb is on the ground. Seven healthy Beagles walked and trotted at steady speed on an instrumented treadmill while horizontal force data were collected before and after a moderate lameness was induced. Peak, mean and summed braking and propulsive forces as well as the duration each force was exerted and the time to reach maximum force were evaluated for both the sound and the lame condition. Compared with the sound condition, a net-propulsive force was produced by the lame diagonal limbs due to a reduced braking force in the affected forelimb and an increased propulsive force in the contralateral hindlimb when the dogs walked and trotted. To regain pitch stability and ensure steady speed for a given locomotor cycle, the dogs produced a net-braking force when the sound diagonal limbs were on the ground by exerting greater braking forces in both limbs during walking and additionally reducing the propulsive force in the hindlimb during trotting. Consistent with the proposed mechanism, dogs maximize their double support phases when walking. Likely associated with the fore-aft force adaptations to lameness are changes in muscle recruitment that potentially result in short- and long-term effects on the limb and trunk muscles. arabic 13 English 78
Jalal Mohamed Abdelhadi(12-2012)
Publisher's website

Evaluation of Thoracic Limb Loads, Elbow Movement, and Morphology in Dogs Before and After Arthroscopic Management of Unilateral Medial Coronoid Process Disease

Objective To (1) evaluate thoracic limb loads and symmetry, and elbow function and morphology, before and after arthroscopic treatment of unilateral medial coronoid process disease (MCPD), and (2) determine if functional variables correlate with morphologic findings.Study DesignProspective case series.AnimalsDogs (n = 14) with thoracic limb lameness.Methods Dogs were included when unilateral MCPD was confirmed as the cause of lameness. Kinetic analysis of both thoracic limbs, along with kinematic analysis and goniometry of both elbows were carried out before, and 60, 120, and 180 days after partial coronoidectomy by arthroscopy. Radiography and computed tomography of both elbows were performed before and 180 days after arthroscopy.ResultsA nonsignificant (P = .11) increase in the peak vertical loads (PFz), and a significant (P = .022) increase in the vertical impulse (iFz) applied by the affected limb were seen. Symmetry indices improved, with significant differences between sessions (PFz: P = .019; iFz: P = .003). Kinematic variables showed no significant differences, between sessions or when comparing both elbows within sessions. Goniometry revealed no significant differences between sessions, but some significant differences were identified when comparing both elbows within sessions. Osteophytosis and degree of lameness showed no correlation, before (rs = −0.077; P = .79) or after arthroscopy (rs = 0.27; P = .35).Conclusions Kinetic variables improved after arthroscopy, without full restoration of function. Kinematic variables did not change significantly. Osteoarthritis and goniometric measurements in the affected joint worsened. Functional variables did not correlate with morphologic findings. arabic 23 English 137
Jalal Mohamed Abdelhadi(7-2004)
Publisher's website

بعض التجارب التطبيقية لتحسين الخصوبة في نعاج البربري الليبية Some Applicatory Trials for Improvement of Fertility in Barbary Libyan Ewes

تم إجراء هذه الدراسة بمنطقة الزاوية و التي تبعد 60 كم غرب مدينة طرابلس في مزارع خاصة للأغنام. أجريت الدراسة في الفترة الزمنية من شهر ناصر(يونيو) 2008 إلي شهر هانيبال (أغسطس) 2009. لقد كانت أهداف هذه الدراسة, البحث و التقصي عن موسمية التناسل و تقييم فعالية عدد من المعالجات الهرمونية في إحداث الشبق و توحيده لتحسين الأداء التناسلي للنعاج البربري الليبية. ولتحقيق هذه الأهداف, تم تنفيذ أربع تجارب مستخدمين فيها 475 نعجة بربري ليبية سليمة و خصبة إضافة إلي عشر كباش سليمة وخصبة من نفس السلالة. التجربة الأولى: تم استخدام 300 نعجة لدراسة عن الموسمية التناسلية لهذه النعاج باستخدام البروستاجلاندين α2F (PGF2α ). قسمت الحيوانات إلي أربع مجاميع و حسب فصول السنة (100, 55, 100و 45 نعجة) للصيف, الخريف, الشتاء و الربيع على التوالي, تم تقسيم كل مجموعة من هذه المجاميع إلي مجموعتين (مجموعة المعالجة و مجموعة المراقبة), تم حقن مجموعة المعالجة بجرعتين (125ميكروجرام( من PGF2α بالعضل بفاصل 11 يوما بين الجرعة الأولى و الثانية. بينما تم حقن مجموعة المراقبة 1 مليلتر بالعضل من المحلول الفسيولوجي (NaCl 0.9) بجرعتين بفاصل 11 يوما بينهما. عند الانتهاء من حقن الجرعة الثانية في كلتا المجموعتين, تم إدخال الكباش للتلقيح الطبيعي لمدة ستة أيام. كانت الفترة الزمنية لظهور علامات الشبق بعد الانتهاء من المعالجة (الجرعة الثانية) مختلفة معنويا جدا (P
نجمي محمد المريول (2011)
Publisher's website