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OBJECTIVE: To describe clinical features, diagnostic methods, treatments, and outcomes associated with ingested wire foreign bodies in the abdomen of horses. DESIGN: Retrospective case series. ANIMALS: 16 client-owned horses with ingested wire in their abdomens that were evaluated at a veterinary...

Author(s)
Marley, L. K.; Soffler, C.; Hackett, E. S.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2018, 253, 6, pp 781-787
Abstract

Cecocolic intussusception is a rare pathologic lesion in horses and for a long time treatment of this disease was considered not to be successful. By now there are several descriptions of various surgical techniques with varying success rates. The purpose of this paper is to describe the surgical...

Author(s)
Huskamp, B.; Scheidemann, W.; Carstanjen, B.
Publisher
Hippiatrika Verlag GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Pferdeheilkunde, 2013, 29, 2, pp 171-175
Abstract

Objective: to describe the insertion technique, efficacy, and complications associated with the use of an active (closed-suction) abdominal drain in horses. Study Design: retrospective study. Animals: sixty-seven horses with abdominal contamination treated by abdominal lavage and use of a...

Author(s)
Nieto, J. E.; Snyder, J. R.; Vatistas, N. J.; Spier, S. J.; Hoogmoed, L. van
Publisher
W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 2003, 32, 1, pp 1-7
Abstract

In the technique described for the collection of peritoneal fluid, a puncture wound is made in the abdomen midway between the processus xiphoideus and the navel. A milk catheter in then inserted through the peritoneum and fluid is withdrawn slowly to avoid contamination with peripheral blood. The...

Author(s)
Olsen, S. N.
Citation
Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 1991, 74, 15, pp 573-579
Abstract

Peritoneal fluid from 20 normal horses was either clear or cloudy, white or yellow in colour and contained 3310 plus or minus 703 leucocytes/ml consisting of 63.81% neutrophiles, 1.4 plus or minus 1.3% monocytes, 13.5 plus or minus 4.3% mesothelial cells and 21.25% plus or minus 6.2% lymphocytes....

Author(s)
Swanwick, R. A.; Wilkinson, J. S.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1976, 52, 3, pp 109-117
Abstract

The technique for collection and examination of peritoneal fluid from the horse is described. The values of normal fluid were: nucleated cell count, 3 244/mm3; polymorphonuclear neutrophile leucocytes, 59.5%; lymphocytes, 10%; mononuclear cells, 30.4%; eosinophiles, 0.2%; protein, 1.1 g/100 ml; and ...

Author(s)
Bach, L. G.; Ricketts, S. W.
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 1974, 6, 3, pp 116-121

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