Diagnosing Chronic Colic with Ultrasound: ACVIM 2006

Evaluating and treating prolonged cases of colic--those lasting three days or more--can be problematic. Horses with prolonged colic generally aren't in enough pain for surgery, and they respond temporarily to medicines. But the condition persists, many times puzzling the clinician attempting to resolve it. Abby M. Sage, VMD, MS, Dipl. ACVIM, of the University of Minnesota (UM), described the

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