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This report describes bladder wall necrosis and secondary septic peritonitis in two adult Icelandic mares due to traumatic etiology. Mare 1 was mated naturally a few days prior to presentation, and Mare 2 had foaled one week before admission. Both horses presented with signs of peritonitis due to...

Author(s)
Weltrich, N.; Barsnick, R.
Publisher
Wiley, Chichester, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record Case Reports, 2021, 9, 1,
Abstract

Bladder rupture represents a rare disease in adult horses compared to neonatal foals. It is commonly reported in association with parturition respectively dystocia (White, 1977; Jones et al., 1996; Higuchi et al., 2002; Snalune und Mair, 2006) or as a result of a high-grade external trauma (Bubeck...

Author(s)
Unkrüer, B.; Lohmann, B.
Publisher
Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft GmbH & Co. KG, Hannover, Germany
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 2016, 97, 4, pp 334-339
Abstract

Rupture of the urinary bladder of adult horses is rare with both reports of surgical repair and conservative management in the literature. The case report by Gosling et al. in this issue describes the successful treatment of an iatrogenic bladder tear in an adult gelding. The aim of this commentary ...

Author(s)
Peitzmeier, M. D.; Slone, D. E.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2019, 33, 3, pp 122-123
Abstract

This case report describes a minimally invasive transurethral approach to repair a caudally located, ventral tear in the neck of the bladder in a standing mare. The mare was diagnosed with a ruptured bladder 16 h post-partum based on clinical signs, transabdominal ultrasonography, peritoneal fluid...

Author(s)
Hall, M. D.; Rodgerson, D. H.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2020, 32, 8, pp e111-e115
Abstract

This report details a case of iatrogenic bladder rupture in a gelding that was successfully treated with conservative management. Rupture occurred at the time of attempted cystoscopy, whilst the bladder was being insufflated with air for further investigation of stranguria and suspected...

Author(s)
Gosling, L.; Anderson, J.; Rendle, D.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2019, 33, 3, pp e53-e57
Abstract

A five-day-old female Thoroughbred foal was diagnosed with uroperitoneum and ruptured bladder. Prior to general anaesthesia mild hyperkalaemia (5.2 mmol L-1) and respiratory distress were noticed. Under general anaesthesia urine was drained rapidly by free flow through an abdominal incision. During ...

Author(s)
Petruccione, I.; Levionnois, O.; Pawson, P.
Publisher
Wiley, Chichester, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record Case Reports, 2021, 9, 1,
Abstract

This case report is the first published description of a minimally invasive transurethral endoscopic-guided approach to repair multiple bladder tears in a standing mare. The mare was diagnosed with a ruptured bladder 48 h post-partum based on clinical signs, transabdominal ultrasonography, serum...

Author(s)
Pye, J. L.; Collins, N. M.; Adkins, A. R.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2018, 30, 3, pp 127-131
Abstract

The sick foal provides a variety of challenges in ambulatory practice. A problem-based approach allows for the management of multifactorial conditions and the identification of those that require immediate hospitalisation. Diseases that present from birth include congenital abnormalities (atresia...

Author(s)
Redpath, A.; Bailey, J.
Publisher
MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK
Citation
UK-Vet Equine, 2019, 3, 4, pp 122-130
Abstract

Uroperitoneum is a typical disease in newborn foals. An accumulation of urine develops in the abdominal cavity in consequence to a congenital or acquired leakage in the urinary tract. Colts are more frequently affected than fillies. The most common cause of uroperitoneum is a rupture of the dorsal...

Author(s)
Bernick, A.; Nieth, J.; Wehrend, A.
Publisher
Georg Thieme Verlag KG, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nutztiere, 2021, 49, 1, pp 41-50
Abstract

Rupture of the urinary bladder, although relatively common in foals, is an infrequent occurrence in adult stallions. Standing laparoscopic repair of a ruptured urinary bladder offers significant advantages over other treatment options, and to date, there are no reports describing this technique in...

Author(s)
Tuohy, J. L.; Hendrickson, D. A.; Hendrix, S. M.; Bohanon, T. C.
Publisher
Equine Veterinary Journal Ltd, Newmarket, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2009, 21, 5, pp 257-261

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