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Case Description - 3 horses were evaluated for signs of colic; cecocolic intussusception was detected. Clinical Findings - Abnormalities detected included diminished intestinal sounds, inflammatory leukogram, dehydration, unremarkable findings via rectal palpation, and ultrasonographic evidence of...

Author(s)
Lores, M.; Ortenburger, A. I.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2008, 232, 4, pp 574-577
Abstract

Objective - To evaluate the relationship of colonic luminal pressure (CLP) measurements to outcome in horses with large colon volvulus (LCV) after either manual correction or large colon resection and anastomosis (LCRA). Study Design - Retrospective study. Animals - Horses (n=57) that had LCV....

Author(s)
Mathis, S. C.; Slone, D. E.; Lynch, T. M.; Hughes, F. E.; Clark, C. K.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 2006, 35, 4, pp 356-360
Abstract

In 9 of 14 horses with caecal impaction, the anastomosis followed enterotomy and evacuation of the caecal contents, in 2 it followed saline infusion and massage of the caecum, and in 3, only anastomosis was performed. Caecocolic anastomosis was performed between the lateral and dorsal caecal...

Author(s)
Ross, M. W.; Tate, L. P.; Donawick, W. J.; Richardson, D. W.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1986, 15, 1, pp 85-92
Abstract

Ten normal horses had approximately 95% of the length of the large colon resected with a side-to-side anastomosis between right ventral and right dorsal colon by surgical stapling. 4 died shortly after surgery of colitis (1) or failure of the TA 90 transection staple line (3). Another died 4 months ...

Author(s)
Bertone, A. L.; Stashak, T. S.; Sullins, K. E.; Ralston, S. L.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1987, 16, 1, pp 5-12