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Peritoneal lavage was performed on ponies to determine the effect on peritoneal surfaces. Lavage solution (20 litres) was introduced into each pony's peritoneal cavity through catheters placed in the paralumbar fossa, and the solution was removed by drainage from the ventral portion of the abdomen. ...

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Schneider, R. K.; Meyer, D. J.; Embertson, R. M.; Gentile, D. G.; Buergelt, C. D.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1988, 49, 6, pp 889-894
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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....

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Swanwick, R. A.; Wilkinson, J. S.
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Australian Veterinary Journal, 1976, 52, 3, pp 109-117
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Robertson-Smith, R. G.; Adams, S. B.
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Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian, 1986, 8, 11, pp 844-849
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Vaughan, J. T.
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Lea & Febiger., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary gastroenterology, 1980, pp 651-673
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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 ...

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Bach, L. G.; Ricketts, S. W.
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 1974, 6, 3, pp 116-121
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In 17 horses, the healing of peritoneal defects (7.5 cm2) and the peritoneal midline incision was studied and the number of adhesions to each area noted. There were adhesions to nine out of the 17 defects covered with polythene plastic and to three out of 17 which were left uncovered. Adhesions...

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Swanwick, R. A.; Milne, F. J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1973, 93, No.12, pp 328-335
Abstract

Gastrodiscus aegypticus is a trematode of peculiar shape and appearance, which reminds one of a small tortoise or a little mushroom without a stalk. It is found in the horse, ass and mule in three countries only-Egypt, Senegal and Guadeloupe. It was probably introduced into the last-named country...

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NAINSOUTA.
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Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1921, 97, 11, pp 330-331
Abstract

The disease was first observed in 1918 when an outbreak occurred in a stud in Botochani, when 45 out of 100 horses had it and 40 died within a period of two months. Bacteriological examinations yielded negative results.
In June, 1921, the disease again came under observation among a number of ...

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STOICESCO, G.
Citation
Archiva Veterinaria, 1921, 15, 6, pp 229-236 pp.
Abstract

In this article Dodd describes a condition which is very prevalent during certain seasons in Australia, but is not peculiar to that country. Reference has recently been made to it as it occurs in Morocco by VELU [see the following extract].
The incidence of the trouble in New South Wales varies...

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DODD, Sydney
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1919, 32, 2, pp 90-95 pp.
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Cover for myiasis-causing flies

Myiasis has been defined as ‘the infestation of live humans and vertebrate animals with dipterous larvae, which at least for a certain period, feed...

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