A 2-year-old, unraced, 450 kg Thoroughbred colt, when initially presented to a practising veterinarian for routine anthelmintic treatment, was lethargic, febrile (38.9 "C), showed marked abdominal splinting and had oedema of all limbs and effusion of both tarsi and carpi. Moderate pain was elicited on flexion of all limbs. The veterinarian performed… (More)
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