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Felipe De Vicente


European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery

Felipe graduated from the University Complutense of Madrid in 2003. Since graduating he has completed a surgical residency in Dublin and has worked as a Small Animal Surgery Specialist at the University of Glasgow, Calder Vets and the University of Liverpool. He joined Pride Veterinary Centre in September 2018.

He is also Associate Editor of BMC Veterinary Research Journal .

His areas of clinical interest are joint replacement, minimally invasive osteosynthesis and arthroscopy.

Outside of work, Felipe enjoys pending time with his family and doing sports.


Espadas, I., Maddox, T.W. and de Vicente, F., 2018. Optimal safe implantation corridors in feline cervical vertebrae (C2–T1): CT study in 16 domestic shorthair cats. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, p.1098612X18757592.

de Vicente, F. and Hammond, G., 2017. Ultrasonographic identification of the dorsal atlantoaxial ligament in dogs. Veterinary Surgery, 46(8), pp.1126-1130.

Philp, H., Durand, A. and De Vicente, F., 2017. Use of computed tomography to define a sacral safe corridor for placement of 2.7 mm cortical screws in feline sacroiliac luxation. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, p.1098612X17716847.

Anderson, J.R., Phelan, M.M., Clegg, P.D., Peffers, M.J. and Rubio-Martinez, L.M., 2018. Synovial Fluid Metabolites Differentiate between Septic and Nonseptic Joint Pathologies. Journal of proteome research, 17(8), pp.2735-2743.

Newton, J.A., de Vicente, F., Haugland, S.P., Scase, T.J. and Helm, J., 2015. Extra-nodal subcutaneous Hodgkin’s-like lymphoma and subsequent regression in a cat. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, 17(6), pp.543-547.

De Vicente, F., Bernard, F., Fitzpatrick, D. and Moissonnier, P., 2013. In vitro radiographic characteristics and biomechanical properties of the canine lumbar vertebral motion unit after lateral corpectomy, mini-hemilaminectomy and hemilaminectomy. Veterinary and comparative orthopaedics and traumatology, 26(01), pp.19-26.

De Vicente, F., Pinilla, M., McConnell, J.F. and Bernard, F., 2012. Surgical management of first caudal nerve root foraminal compression secondary to intervertebral disc disease in a Cocker Spaniel. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 25(01), pp.74-78.

Aller, M.A., Prieto, I., Argudo, S., De Vicente, F., Santamaría, L., De Miguel, M.P., Arias, J.L. and Arias, J., 2010. The interstitial lymphatic peritoneal mesothelium axis in portal hypertensive ascites: when in danger, go back to the sea. International journal of inflammation, 2010.

de Vicente F, Pratschke K. Clinical conundrum. J Small Anim Pract. 2009 Dec;50(12):P8-11

García-Dominguez, J., Aller, M.A., García, C., de Vicente, F., Corcuera, M.T., Gómez-Aguado, F., Alonso, M.J., Vara, E. and Arias, J., 2010. Splanchnic Th2 and Th1 cytokine redistribution in microsurgical cholestatic rats. Journal of Surgical Research, 162(2), pp.203-212.

Aller, M.A., Nava, M.P., Cuellar, C., Chivato, T., Arias, J.L., Sanchez‐Patan, F., De Vicente, F., Alvarez, E. and Arias, J., 2007. Evolutive phases of experimental prehepatic portal hypertension. Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology, 22(7), pp.1127-1133.


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