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2. [71.97%] — Horse Colic
Horse Colic | Equine Colic Horse Health 101 : Horse Health Library : Colic Colic Surgery: Testing and Procedure Bouts of Colic can be very serious and sometimes life threatening. There are a few tests that are generally used to determine whether or not a patient requires Colic Surgery. A rectal exam can be performed to evaluate the bowel that is within arms
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3. [61.03%] — Colic Surgery: Testing and Procedure
: Horse Health Library : Colic Colic Surgery: Testing and Procedure Bouts of Colic can be very serious and sometimes life threatening. There are a few tests that are generally used to determine whether or not a patient requires Colic Surgery. A rectal exam can be performed to evaluate the bowel that is within arms length and this can be helpful in determining the cause of the problem and the
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4. [51.28%] — Equine Surgery
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5. [51.28%] — Horse Colic | Equine Colic
: Horse Health Library : Colic Colic Surgery: Testing and Procedure Bouts of Colic can be very serious and sometimes life threatening. There are a few tests that are generally used to determine whether or not a patient requires Colic Surgery. A rectal exam can be performed to evaluate the bowel that is within arms leng... Equine Colic Colic in horses is generally described as abdominal pain that originates
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7. [48.21%] — What You Need to Know About Equine Colic
: Horse Health Library : Colic What You Need to Know About Equine Colic Colic in horses is generally described as abdominal pain that originates in the gastrointestinal system. Horse Colic can range in both cause and severity, sometimes resulting in death without proper medical treatment. Colic is a serious condition and it’s important to be informed about the different types of Colic and be prepared if your
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8. [46.50%] — Equine Surgery | Equine Hospital
I Bring My Horse In For Surgery?' to learn more. The following is a sampling of the surgical procedures performed at the Mid-Rivers Equine Centre. Equine Surgical Procedures Include Abdominal Surgery: Colic Surgeries, Exploratory Celiotomies, Ovariectomies Arthroscopic Surgery Castrations: Routine Castrations, Cryptorchid Castrations Dental Surgery: Teeth Extractions, Standing Fractured Teeth Repulsion, Under Anesthesia Fractured Jaws, Wired Head & Neck Procedures:
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9. [43.93%] — Types of Equine Colic
be very acute and without surgery, the horse will most likely die. Luckily displacement is a very small percentage of all colic cases. Sand colic: this is caused by a buildup of sand in the horse’s intestine. It is generally seen in horses that feed from the ground in sandy pastures and can cause diarrhea and weight loss in some cases. It is recommended that feed be suspended off the ground in areas with excessive sand or dirt to prevent this form of colic. Pelvic flexure/ impaction
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10. [40.68%] — Equine Colic
or Banamine. While many colic cases can be resolved with these medical treatments, there are some cases where colic surgery is necessary to save the patient. Our goal with all cases of horse colic is to find a medical solution and avoid surgery if at all possible. Once it’s been decided that surgery is the only course of action for a horse, time is of the essence. The sooner the life-saving surgery is performed, the higher the chance of survival. During the surgery, owners have
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