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Caecal lipomatosis as a cause of colic in a 9‐year‐old gelding
Summary Lipomatosis is an uncommon cause of colic. This case report details the pre- and intraoperative findings of a 9-year-old gelding, presented with acute abdominal pain. ExploratoryExpand
Treatment of haemoperitoneum secondary to ruptured granulosa cell tumours in two mares
Publisher Rights Statement: © 2018 The Authors Equine Veterinary Education published by John Wiley& Sons Ltd on behalf of British Equine Veterinary Association This is an open access article underExpand
Diversity of Xiphinema species (nematoda: dorylaimida) associated with different crops in Romania
Nematodes of the genus Xiphinema (family Longidoridae) are economically important plant pests, some of them known as vectors of nepo-viruses [13]. Accurate identification of Xiphinema spp. isExpand
A novel use for polyamide tie-wraps in the surgical resolution of caecocolic intussusception in a horse
Summary Caecocolic intussusception is an uncommon cause of colic in the horse. Surgical correction presents its own set of challenges. The affected tissue is often markedly oedematous and a partialExpand
Paravertebral Malignant Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumour (MPNST) in a Horse
Summary A 10-year-old Lipizzaner gelding was presented with intermittent ataxia and hindlimb weakness. Ultrasonographic examination identified a mass cranial to the tuber sacrale .A provisionalExpand
NEW DATA ON THE MORPHOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION OF TWO SPECIES OF THE XIPHINEMA AMERICANUM GROUP (NEMATODA: DORYLAIMIDA) FROM ROMANIA
Several populations of Xiphinema pachtaicum (Tulaganov, 1938) Kirjanova, 1951 and Xiphinema simile Lamberti, Choleva et Agostinelli, 1983, originating from various localities have been studied duringExpand
Paravertebral malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumour (MPNST) in a horse
Summary A 10-year-old Lipizzaner gelding was presented with intermittent ataxia and hindlimb weakness. Ultrasonographic examination identified a mass cranial to the tuber sacrale. A provisionalExpand