Aortic-Iliac Thrombosis in Horses

@article{Maxie1985AorticIliacTI,
  title={Aortic-Iliac Thrombosis in Horses},
  author={M. Grant Maxie and Peter W Physick-Sheard},
  journal={Veterinary Pathology},
  year={1985},
  volume={22},
  pages={238 - 249}
}
Vascular obstruction of the hindlimbs was diagnosed clinically in 15 horses, and was characterized at necropsy in eight of those horses. The condition was identified as an incidental post mortem finding in two additional horses. The principal clinical signs in affected horses were progressive exercise intolerance and hind-leg lameness. At post mortem the oldest lesions were located at the aortic quadrifurcation and in the distal portions of the femoral and internal iliac arteries, and consisted… 

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