Surviving Uterine Torsion

All types of horses can get colic, but in the pregnant mare, the painful signs of colic might be caused by something other than a gastrointestinal problem. The mass of the foal and placenta causes a lot of crowding in the mare's body, and uterine torsion--a twisted uterus--can be the result. But there is good news; a recent study found that at less than 320 days of gestation, chances are quite

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