Enterolithiasis in two zebras



Title Enterolithiasis in two zebras
Author(s) Laurie A. McDuffee, A. J. Dart, P. Schiffman, J. J. Parrot
Journal Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
Date 1994
Volume 204
Issue 3
Start page 430
End page 432
Abstract Enterolithiasis, as a cause of colic, was diagnosed and treated during surgical intervention in 2 Grant's zebras (Equus burchelli bohmi). The zebras were part of a wild herd in a zoo in the western United States. The clinical signs of enterolithiasis in both zebras were similar to those reported for horses. Analysis of the enterolith from 1 zebra revealed a composition identical to enteroliths that have been analyzed from horses. Three other zebras from this herd had enteroliths at necropsy. Enterolithiasis should be considered as a differential diagnosis for zebras with low-grade obstructive colic.

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