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This report of mycotoxicosis in horses describes the clinical signs, post-mortem findings, histopathological findings and prognosis following the accidental feeding of mycotoxin contaminated fodder to the horses at a farm over a 3-year period. Variable clinical signs viz. weight loss, height...

Author(s)
Dedar, R. K.; Virmani, N.; Bala, P. A.; Singh, J.; Vaid, R. K.; Legha, R. A.; Tripathi, B. N.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2019, 31, 5, pp 236-241
Abstract

Rectal prolapse has been attributed to conditions generating tenesmus or increasing abdominal pressure in both horses and donkeys. This report presents the case of a 7-year-old gelded donkey that sustained a type IV rectal prolapse secondary to a long-standing cystic calculus after several episodes ...

Author(s)
Robert, M. P.; Boissiere, A. M. de; Depecker, M. C.; Fourmestraux, C. de; Touzot-Jourde, G.; Tessier, C.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2016, 28, 11, pp 625-630
Abstract

Background: Standing laparoscopic castration without orchidectomy has been shown to be a reliable method of castration in animals with abdominal cryptorchidism, but it cannot be recommended as a method of castration in those with inguinal cryptorchidism or normal males. An alternative laparoscopic...

Author(s)
Rijkenhuizen, A. B. M.; Harst, M. R. van der
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2017, 49, 6, pp 776-779
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A six year old mare in second parity was presented in a clinical camp at Gasota village of district Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh with a history of uterine prolapse 3 hours after foaling and 30 minutes after placental expulsion. Following epidural anesthesia, the uterus was replaced to its normal...

Author(s)
Pravesh Kumar; Sadiya Basir; Madhumeet Singh; Akshay Sharma; Anushma
Publisher
West Bengal Veterinary Alumni Association, Kolkata, India
Citation
Exploratory Animal and Medical Research, 2019, 9, 1, pp 87-89
Abstract

The present paper reported on the surgical management of rectal prolapse in 2 horses. The first case was an 8-month-old filly having a history of chronic rectal prolapse for the last 20 days. Multiple attempts to repose the prolapsed mass and application of purse string sutures were unsuccessful....

Author(s)
Tarunbir Singh; Navdeep Singh; Raghunath, M.; Mohindroo, J.; Vandana Sangwan
Publisher
Indian Society for Veterinary Surgery, Hisar, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery, 2010, 31, 1, pp 63-64
Abstract

Phenylbutazone is the drug most commonly reported to cause toxicity in horses perhaps, because of its widespread use by Veterinarians and horse owners. Three Part-Arab Stallion horses received an average 14 mg kg-1 as a single dose of phenylbutazone per os, administered by the horse keepers which...

Author(s)
Mshelia, W. P.; Atuman, Y. J.; Samdi, M. S.; Onoja, I. I.; Ahembe, T. R.
Publisher
Academic Journals, New York, USA
Citation
Research Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2010, 3, 2, pp 113-117
Abstract

Rectal prolapse in the horse is usually associated with conditions that cause straining and is very common in mares during parturition but it is uncommon in young foals. The present report describes a foal exhibiting rectal prolapse and necrotic enteritis associated with Klebsiella pneumoniae and ...

Author(s)
Anju Manuja; Nitin Virmani; Shanmugasundram Kurrupusamy; Vaid, R. K.; Manuja, B. K.; Sanjay Kumar; Singh, B. K.
Publisher
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, Toowoomba, Australia
Citation
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, 2011, 15, 5, pp 462-467
Abstract

Displacement of the urinary bladder in mares is a rare cause of dysuria. Displacement can occur by extrusion through a tear in the floor of the vagina or true prolapse with eversion of the bladder into the vestibule. Displacements are typically a consequence of repeated abdominal contractions or...

Author(s)
Moaddab, S. H.; Haghighi, Z. M. S.; Tavanaeimanesh, H.
Publisher
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, Toowoomba, Australia
Citation
Online Journal of Veterinary Research, 2016, 20, 10, pp 673-678
Abstract

Small colon prolapse is a possible complication during parturition and diarrhoea. A case diagnosed in a mare during birth labour was reduced by the attending veterinarian at the farm, and referred to the authors for evaluation. After thorough physical examination, blood and peritoneal fluid tests,...

Author(s)
Espinosa Buschiazzo, C. A.; Cancela, M. C. J.; Simian, M. V.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2010, 22, 5, pp 223-227
Abstract

Many postpartum disorders occur in mares and can be life-threatening emergencies. They may affect the urogenital system and include retained placenta, uterine and bladder prolapse, uterine bleeding, cervical, vaginal and perineal lacerations, as well as the digestive tract, such as various and...

Author(s)
Chollet, É.
Publisher
Newsmed, Paris, France
Citation
Pratique Vétérinaire Equine, 2014, 46, 184, pp 6-12

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