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Abstract

Dysphagia and regurgitation developed 2-14 days after various surgical procedures. The most noticeable features were almost incessant coughing to clear the pharynx of accumulated fluid and frequent retching. Animals were referred 5-52 days after onset of regurgitation. Plain radiography showed no...

Author(s)
Pearson, H.; Darke, P. G. G.; Gibbs, C.; Kelly, D. F.; Orr, C. M.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1978, 19, 9, pp 507-519