Gastroesophageal intussusception in a German shepherd.

  title={Gastroesophageal intussusception in a German shepherd.},
  author={Abigail Lockwood and Maryann Radlinksy and Sonia S Crochik},
  volume={32 7},
A 4-year-old, 37-kg (81.6-lb), neutered male German shepherd was referred to the University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital with a 2-day history of hematemesis and lethargy. The dog had been hospitalized at an emergency clinic and was referred when the vomiting and lethargy worsened despite antiemetic and fluid therapy. The dog had ingested a small, unquantifiable amount of phenylbutazone within 7 days of the onset of clinical signs. 

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