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Jane Ladlow MA VetMB Cert SAS, Cert VR DiplECVS MRCVS

Jane Ladlow, MA VetMB Cert SAS, Cert VR DiplECVS MRCVS

Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery (soft tissue)


Biography:

Jane obtained her ECVS Diploma in Small Animal Surgery in 2002 after completing a Surgical Residency at the Royal Veterinary College and has concentrated on Soft Tissue Surgery ever since.  Jane moved to Cambridge from the Animal Health Trust in 2006 and is currently a Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery and part of the Soft Tissue Team.  

Subject groups/Research projects

Comparative Pathobiology:

Research Interests

Jane is interested in all aspect of soft tissue surgery, particularly oncological surgery and respiratory cases. Her clinical research interests are brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome and non-invasive methods of evaluating respiratory function. She currently has research projects underway on evaluating brachycephalic airway function in BOAS affected and normal French Bulldogs, Pugs and Bulldogs; respiratory function pre and post-surgery and the effects of different sedation protocols on respiratory function, working with a PhD student, Dr Nai-Chieh Liu. For more information on these studies please contact Jane on jfl1001@cam.ac.uk or Nai-Chieh on ncl25@cam.ac.uk.

 

Professional positions held:

RCVS Small Animal Certificate Examiner 2008-2011

Chief Examiner 2011

Key Publications

Harris KP,  Adams VJ, Fordyce P, Ladlow J. (2013) Comparison of surgical duration of canine ovariectomy and ovariohysterectomy in a veterinary teaching hospital Journal of Small Animal Practice 54, 579–583

Brioschi V, Rousset N, Ladlow JF. (2013) Imaging diagnosis-extrahepatic biliary tract obstruction secondary to a biliary foreign body in a cat. Vet Radiol Ultrasound.  Aug 6.

Ladlow J.(2013)  Injection site-associated sarcoma in the cat: treatment recommendations and results to date. J Feline Med Surg. 2013 May;15(5):409-18. doi:

Cashmore RG, Ladlow JF. (2010) Creation of a urethral conduit from a preputial indirect flap in a dog with perineal hypospadias. Veterinary Surgery. 39(1):14-20.

Caine  AR, Herrtage ME, Ladlow J (2008).MRI diagnosis of bulla and ear canal distension following external auditory canal atresia in a red setter. Veterinary Radiol Ultrasound Vol 49(3) 267-269