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OBJECTIVE: To describe the use of ultrasonography to diagnose large colon volvulus (LCV) in horses. DESIGN: Descriptive report. ANIMALS: 4 horses with clinical signs of abdominal pain. PROCEDURE: Each horse was administered analgesic agents for pain control and placed in stocks. Ultrasonographic eva...
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Dysphagia is a relatively common disorder encountered by equine practitioners. It can becongenital or acquired, the main problem or part of a multi-systemic condition, and it may beassociated with muscular or neurological diseases. The diagnosis of dysphagia can be challenging
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OBJECTIVE: To determine historical and clinical findings, treatment, and outcome for cattle with small intestinal obstruction caused by a trichobezoar. DESIGN: Retrospective case series. ANIMALS: 15 cattle. PROCEDURES: Medical records of cattle with a diagnosis of small intestinal obstruction by a t...
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Abnormal urination and weight loss are the most common presenting complaints in horses with urinary tract disease. This issue of Large Animal Veterinary Rounds discusses urinary tract diseases and describes the causes and diagnoses of polyuria/polydipsia and hematuria in horses.
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Jejunal hemorrhage syndrome (JHS) is a newly recognized syndrome that is also called: intraluminal intestinal hemorrhage syndrome bloody gut hemorrhagic bowel syndrome.1 The syndrome affects both dairy and beef cattle.2,3 The etiology is unknown; however, Clostridium perfringens type A has...
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The medical records of equine gastrointestinal colic cases presented to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine between 1992 and 2002 are reviewed. There was no breed predisposition to colic. Geldings were more prone to colic than females and stallions. Overall, the 3 most common causes of colic ...
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A 10-year-old geling was presented with a tongue that had swelled immediately after oral administration of oxfendazole, using an udder infusion cannula. the tongue appeared to have been punctured inadvertently. The horse recovered after treatment with intravenous fluid, antibiotics, and anti-inflamm...
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