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Background: True vaginal prolapse is a rare condition in dogs and it is occasionally observed in animals with constipation, dystocia, or forced separation during breeding. If a true prolapse occurs, the bladder, the uterine body and/or distal part of the colon, may be present in the prolapse. Case...

Author(s)
Ober, C. A.; Peștean, C. P.; Bel, L. V.; Taulescu, M.; Cătoi, C.; Bogdan, S.; Milgram, J.; Schwarz, G.; Oana, L. I.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, 2016, 58, 54, pp (22 September 2016)
Abstract

Rectal prolapses occur more frequently in young animals (dogs and cats) and are associated with different conditions that cause tenesmus such as endoparasites, tumors, urethral obstruction, dystocia, perineal hernia, among others. It involves the protrusion of the mucosa or the entire rectal tissue ...

Author(s)
Sanchez, I.; Agudelo, K.; Cuenca, W.; Joven, F.; Gonzalez, L.; Marroquín, L.; Perdomo, L.
Publisher
Veterinaria Organizacion S.L., Malaga, Spain
Citation
REDVET, 2017, 18, 11, pp 111720
Abstract

A 5-year-old male Laika dog was referred with chief complaint of dyschezia and tenesmus. The dog had rectal prolapse and it was corrected with rectal resection and anastomosis, a year ago. On rectal examination, the stricture of rectum was identified. The irregular scar tissues on serosal and...

Author(s)
Yun SungHo; Kwon YoungSam
Publisher
Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Clinics, 2016, 33, 2, pp 129-130
Abstract

A case of rectal prolapses in a one-year-old intact male mixed-breed dog, weighing 6.8 kg was presented with one-week history of protruded tubular pink mass through the anus along with mucosal necrosis. The prolapse was non-reducible, so rectal amputation and anal purse-string suture was performed. ...

Author(s)
Lee SeungYong; Park SeJin; Park TaeYeong; Kim HyunJin; Kim JungHoon; Seok SeongHoon; Kim YoungKi; Lee HeeChun; Yeon SeongChan
Publisher
Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Clinics, 2016, 33, 3, pp 165-167
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Five year old male dog was brought to Veterinary College Hospital, Hassan with a history of complete rectal prolapse, tenesmus and anorexia. The prolapsed mass was necrotic and irreducible. Resection of prolapsed mass and anastamosis resulted in complete recovery after ten days.

Author(s)
Nagaraju, N.; Balappanavar, B. R.; Ranganath, L.
Publisher
Indian Society for Advancement of Canine Practice, Lucknow, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Canine Practice, 2019, 11, 1, pp 82-83
Abstract

Objective - To describe an anal approach for excision of primary rectal tumors in dogs and to report outcome. Study Design - Retrospective study. Animals - Dogs (n=23) with primary rectal tumors. Methods - Review of medical records (1990-2000) of dogs with primary rectal neoplasia excised...

Author(s)
Danova, N. A.; Robles-Emanuelli, J. C.; Bjorling, D. E.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 2006, 35, 4, pp 337-340
Abstract

Perineal hernia refers to the failure of the muscular pelvic diaphragm to support the rectal wall, resulting in herniation of pelvic and, occasionally, abdominal viscera into the subcutaneous perineal region. The proposed causes of pelvic diaphragm weakness include tenesmus associated with chronic...

Author(s)
Gill, S. S.; Barstad, R. D.
Publisher
American Animal Hospital Association, Denver, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 2018, 54, 4, pp 179-187
Abstract

Intestinal intussusceptions and rectal prolapses deserve due attention and care because they have a high occurrence in the surgical clinic and require urgent intervention. Rectal prolapsed ileocecal intussusceptions are not so commonly seen on an outpatient basis and diagnosis is made to...

Author(s)
Richieri, M.
Publisher
Conselho Regional de Medicina Veterinária do Estado de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
Citation
Revista de Educação Continuada em Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia do CRMV-SP, 2017, 15, 3, pp 42-47
Abstract

Case 1: A nine-month-old entire male beagle presented with a history of chronic diarrhoea, intermittent haematochezia and rectal prolapse. An exploratory laparotomy performed prior to presentation reported visualisation of a suspected caecocolic intussusception. Physical examination revealed a...

Author(s)
Phipps, W. B.; Mortier, J. R.; Booth, M.; Rossanese, M.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record Case Reports, 2019, 7, 2, pp e000839
Abstract

Case summary: A 17-year-old female neutered domestic shorthair cat presented for several days of reduced faecal volume and a rectal prolapse. Physical examination revealed a 2 cm rectal prolapse, hepatomegaly and a low body condition score of 3/9. Haematology and biochemistry revealed a mild...

Author(s)
Boland, L.; Lindsay, S.; Brunel, L.; Podadera, J.; Bennett, P.
Publisher
Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports, 2017, 3, 1, pp 17-2055116917706652

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