Renosplenic entrapment of the large colon in horses: 57 cases (1983-1988)
During a 5-year period, renosplenic entrapment of the large colon was diagnosed in 57 horses referred to the Texas Veterinary Medical Center. The signalment of and clinical signs of disease in these horses were compared with such variables in 200 horses referred for other types of colic. Findings did not support a male gender predilection for this disease, as was previously reported. The case survival rate was 93% for this group of horses. Fourteen of the horses were treated nonsurgically by rolling them clockwise while they were under general anesthesia. Data supported the safety and efficacy of nonsurgical treatment.
A N. Baird, N D. Cohen, T S. Taylor, J P. Watkins, and James Schumacher. "Renosplenic entrapment of the large colon in horses: 57 cases (1983-1988)" Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 198.8 (1991): 1423-1426.
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