Recurrent Colic Diagnosis

Recurrent colic is typically defined as three or more episodes of transient or prolonged colic occurring over a period of months or upwards of a year. Causes vary and can include parasites, gastric ulcers, sand accumulation, impactions, intermittent intestinal gas, enteroliths (intestinal stones/concretions), intra- or extraluminal masses resulting in partial obstructions, and colonic displacement

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