Gastrointestinal Rupture Clinical Signs (AAEP 2003)

Results of the study could help veterinarians know what signs to look for to make a definitive diagnosis of intestinal rupture, thus allowing them to prevent prolonged suffering of the affected horse and additional expense to the horse owner, as euthanasia for a horse with a ruptured intestine is inevitable.

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