Surgical correction of strictures of the large colon in three horses
An extensive stricture of the left dorsal colon in a Thoroughbred colt was resected and the colon was anastomosed. In two horses, circumferential strictures at the pelvic flexure 2.5 to 3 cm long were corrected with a modified Heineke-Mikulicz pyloroplasty technique. The horses were reported to be doing well at 6, 8, and 45 months, respectively.
P L. Rose, James Schumacher, and T S. Taylor. "Surgical correction of strictures of the large colon in three horses" Veterinary Surgery 20.4 (1991): 260-263.
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