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An 18-month-old, female spayed, Australian Mist cat presented with a 24 h history of muscle tremors and inappetence progressing to collapse with generalised muscle fasciculations. The cat was diagnosed with a hypochloraemic metabolic alkalosis due to a duodenal foreign body found to be a...

Author(s)
Jukes, A.; Gunew, M.; Marshall, R.
Publisher
Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports, 2017, 3, 1, pp 2055116916686427
Abstract

Hospital records of 32 dogs undergoing surgery for gastrointestinal linear foreign bodies (LFBs) were reviewed to evaluate clinical signs, laboratory abnormalities, radiographic signs, surgical procedures, and complications associated with this condition. Information potentially relating to...

Author(s)
Evans, K. L.; Smeak, D. D.; Biller, D. S.
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 1994, 30, 5, pp 445-450
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Author(s)
Ruel, Y.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1996, 27, 173, pp 979-980
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Following an introductory review of the literature, the symptoms, diagnostic procedures and aetiology as well as treatment, long-term results and prognosis of the individual forms of ileus are described and discussed, based on the clinical histories of 704 patients with ileus of the small ...

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Böhmer, E.; Matis, U.; Zedler, W.; Hänichen, T.
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis, 1990, 18, 2, pp 171-183
Abstract

Twenty-four cases of gastrointestinal linear foreign bodies (LFB) in cats were reviewed. Nine cats were successfully managed conservatively, with passage of the LFB occurring 1 to 3 days after presentation. Ten cats that were initially managed conservatively were subsequently treated surgically...

Author(s)
Basher, A. W. P.; Fowler, J. D.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1987, 16, 2, pp 135-138
Abstract

Most of the 64 cats were less than 4 years old. The most common clinical signs were persistent vomiting, partial to complete anorexia, and depression. Abdominal palpation by itself was rarely diagnostic. Diagnosis in approximately 75% of the cases was possible, however, by using a combination of...

Author(s)
Felts, J. F.; Fox, P. R.; Burk, R. L.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1984, 184, 1, pp 56-59
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Author(s)
Burrows, C. F.
Publisher
W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Geriatrics & gerontology of the dog and cat., 1995, pp 135-164
Abstract

Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment are described in 57 dogs and 16 cats that had ingested needles and fish-hooks. In dogs, 45% of the needles were found in the pharynx and 44% in the gastrointestinal tract, 11% perforating the alimentary canal. Cats swallowed needles whole in 81% of cases, sticking...

Author(s)
Gunsser, I.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1978, 91, 20, pp 399-403

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