Importance of Tapeworms in Colic

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It is well recognized that there is a relationship between parasitic infections of horses and the clinical signs of colic. Parasites can cause colic through mechanical damage, allergic irritation, interference with nerve transmission, interference with blood flow, and alteration of intestinal motility. Recently, new information has suggested a strong association between tapeworm infection and

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