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Rectal prolapse is a protrusion or eversion of the rectal mucosa from the anus and it is more reported in young animals. It is usually a consequence of underlying disorders and intestinal diseases that cause diarrhoea. The present study reports a case of rectal prolapse in a 2-month-old cat...

Author(s)
Viliotti, T. A. A.; Lima, A. N. H. de; Rodrigues, I. R.; Feitosa, A. S.; Santos, R. de M.; Ceni, S. A.; Fernandes, M. E. C. N.; Ferraz, R. E. de O.
Publisher
Pubvet, Maringá, Brazil
Citation
PUBVET, 2018, 12, 3, pp unpaginated
Abstract

Case summary: A 3-year and 8-month-old male entire European domestic shorthair cat was presented with a history of recurrent rectal prolapse, straining and pain when defaecating. Previous non-surgical and surgical treatments had not provided a satisfactory result. Rectal prolapse had recurred...

Author(s)
Buj, E. C.; Billet, J. P.; Vanel, M.; Caron, A.
Publisher
Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports, 2020, 6, 1, pp 21-2055116920916956
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Rectal prolapse is a condition of the discharge of one or more of the rectum layer through orificium ani. Prolapse generally occurs on young and old animals because of constipation, endoparasites, diarrhea, heredity, strength loss on spinchter ani, and easing of the rectal mucous membrane. A cat...

Author(s)
Muhadjir, I. M.; Wandia, I. N.; Wardhita, A. A. G. J.
Publisher
Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Universitas Udayana, Denpasar, Indonesia
Citation
Indonesia Medicus Veterinus, 2019, 8, 5, pp 615-623
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
Abstract

A three months old female domestic short hair breed cat was brought to the hospital for prolapsed intestinal mass from the rectum. Animal had a previous history of rectal prolapse and which was treated by perianal pursestring suture at the age of two months. On clinical examination the condition...

Author(s)
Begum, M. M.; Bhuvaneshwari, V.
Publisher
Indian Veterinary Association, Chennai, India
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 2020, 97, 1, pp 53-54
AbstractFull Text

Rectal prolapse is a protrusion or eversion of the rectal mucous membrane from the anus. Prolapse generally occurs in young and old animals caused by relaxation of spinchter ani. A kitten was examined at the Udayana University Animal Hospital with complaints of recurrent prolapse, good appetite,...

Author(s)
Indra, R.; Wardhita, A. A. G. J.; Pemayun, G. A. G. P. I.
Publisher
Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Universitas Udayana, Denpasar, Indonesia
Citation
Indonesia Medicus Veterinus, 2019, 8, 4, pp 424-431
Abstract

In this case report, recurrent rectal prolapse and its treatment with colopexy were reported in a 4-months-old male Persian cat. The cat who was treated twice with rejection of the rectum and pürse string suture was brought to our clinic after the third recurrence of the disease. He was brought to...

Author(s)
Durmuş, A. S.; Çakir, S.
Publisher
Saglik Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Firat Üniversitesi, Elazig, Turkey
Citation
Saglik Bilimleri Veteriner Dergisi, Firat Üniversitesi, 2019, 33, 1, pp 47-49
Abstract

A 24-month-old female domestic short-haired cat, 2.2 kg, with tissue mass protruding from the anal opening for the past three days is reported. The cat was previously treated for diarrhoea and prolapse which recurred completely within a few hours. Clinical examination revealed that the cat had...

Author(s)
Raju Sharda; Tiwari, S. K.; Gupta, R. K.; Sanat Naik
Publisher
Indian Veterinary Association, Chennai, India
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 2010, 87, 7, pp 703-704
AbstractFull Text

The etiology of rectal prolapse is commonly associated to digestive causes, since it is usually observed in animals with severe diarrhea and tenesmus. There is limited literature reporting non-digestive causes of rectal prolapse, moreover the purpose of this case report is to describe a rectal ...

Author(s)
Cunha, M. G. M. C. M. da; Pelizarri, C.; Seraffin, G.; Cunha, J. P. M. C. M. da; Sampaio, K. de O.; Sousa Filho, R. P. de; Pippi, N. L.
Publisher
Universidade Estadual do Ceará, Faculdade de Veterinaria, Ceará, Brazil
Citation
Ciência Animal, 2015, 25, 4, pp 35-39
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

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