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I: A New Look at Equine Gastrointestinal Anatomy, Function, and Selected Intestinal Displacements

@inproceedings{Moore2001IAN,
  title={I: A New Look at Equine Gastrointestinal Anatomy, Function, and Selected Intestinal Displacements},
  author={J. N. Moore and T. Melton and W. C. Carter and A. L. Wright and Malcolm L Smith},
  year={2001}
}
  • J. N. Moore, T. Melton, +2 authors Malcolm L Smith
  • Published 2001
  • To truly understand the equine gastrointestinal tract, one has to accept the fact that very likely it was designed by a committee. Most equine practitioners who have dealt with horses with colic accept this fact without hesitation. As a result, the aspiring equine practitioner has to face several rather daunting tasks, namely 1) making sense of the anatomy of the horse’s gastrointestinal tract, 2) developing an appreciation for the dynamics of fluid movement into and out of the various portions… CONTINUE READING

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