Ingluviotomia para remoção de corpo estranho em calopsita doméstica (Nymphicus hollandicus). Relato de caso

@article{OliveiraLiu2021IngluviotomiaPR,
  title={Ingluviotomia para remoç{\~a}o de corpo estranho em calopsita dom{\'e}stica (Nymphicus hollandicus). Relato de caso},
  author={Alexia Oliveira Liu and Caio Cezar de Carvalho Cunha and Felipe Victorio de Castro Bath and Carlos Augusto dos Santos Sousa and Marcelo Abidu-Figueiredo},
  journal={Revista de Medicina Veterinaria},
  year={2021}
}
As aves apresentam anatomia e fisiologia únicas. Seu sistema digestório é composto por esôfago, estômago (proventrículo e ventrículo), intestino delgado e intestino grosso. O esôfago apresenta uma dilatação chamada de inglúvio na maioria das aves, que armazena alimentos. Lesões e massas nesses locais ocorrem por diversos motivos, provocando dificuldades alimentares e emagrecimento. A ingestão de substâncias inadequadas pode formar uma massa, repousar no papo e gerar possível intoxicação. O… 

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