- Jan 1, 2000
It's nearly foaling season on the farm where I work, and a groom was telling me about a foal last year that died of bladder rupture on this farm. Is this something that I can prevent? How do I recognize it?
Bladder rupture is a tear or leak in the urinary bladder that results in uroperitoneum. Uroperitoneum, the accumulation of urine in the peritoneal
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