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  • [Feed refusal in fattening bulls because of maize silage contamination by Jimson weed (Datura stramonium)]. [Journal Article]
    Tierarztl Prax Ausg G Grosstiere Nutztiere 2019; 47(2):125-130Aboling S, Rieger H, … Kamphues J
  • A sudden decrease in feed intake (within 24 hours) without an impaired general condition occurred on a bull-rearing and -fattening farm in western Germany in December 2017. One day later, some of the bulls displayed signs of ruminal tympany (free gas bloat) and the reduction in feed intake became more severe. The maize silage was recognized as the cause of the observed symptoms, because clinical …
  • Intestinal Obstruction: Evaluation and Management. [Journal Article]
    Am Fam Physician 2018; 98(6):362-367Jackson P, Vigiola Cruz M
  • Acute intestinal obstruction occurs when the forward flow of intestinal contents is interrupted or impaired by a mechanical cause. It is most commonly induced by intra-abdominal adhesions, malignancy, and herniation. The clinical presentation generally includes nausea, emesis, colicky abdominal pain, and cessation of passage of flatus and stool, although the severity of these clinical symptoms va…
  • Comparison of two techniques for transpharyngeal endoscopic auditory tube diverticulotomy in the horse. [Journal Article]
    J Vet Sci 2018; 19(6):835-839Koch DW, Easley JT, … Hackett ES
  • Auditory tube diverticula, also known as guttural pouches, are naturally occurring dilations of the auditory tube in horses that communicate with the nasopharynx through a small ostium. Infection and select other conditions can result in inflammation and narrowing of the nasopharyngeal ostium, which prevents drainage of fluid or egress of air and can lead to persistent infection or guttural pouch…
  • Natural lymphatic ("atypical") actinobacillosis in cattle caused by Actinobacillus lignieresii. [Journal Article]
    J Vet Diagn Invest 2018; 30(2):218-225Caffarena RD, Rabaza A, … Riet-Correa F
  • Bovine actinobacillosis is typically characterized by pyogranulomatous glossitis (wooden tongue). The involvement of other tissues, generally the skin or lymph nodes, has been regarded as atypical or cutaneous. We describe herein 2 outbreaks of actinobacillosis affecting primarily the lymph nodes of the head and neck. The disease affected 40 of 540 lactating cows in a dairy herd, and 5 of 335 two…
  • Endotracheal Intubation of Rabbits Using a Polypropylene Guide Catheter. [Journal Article]
    J Vis Exp 2017; (129)Thompson KL, Meier TR, Scholz JA
  • Endotracheal intubation in rabbits can be challenging due to their unusual anatomy. Achieving a patent airway during anesthesia is critical for the avoidance of airway obstruction, prevention of gastric tympany, and to allow ventilatory support. Due to the difficulty of intubation, alternative methods such as the use of laryngeal mask airways or laryngeal tubes have been explored. However, these …
  • Temporary Rumenostomy for the Treatment of Forestomach Diseases and Enteral Nutrition. [Review]
    Vet Clin North Am Food Anim Pract 2017; 33(3):525-537Callan RJ, Applegate TJ
  • Temporary rumenostomy is a useful procedure for the treatment, management, and support of patients with forestomach disease of various types. The rumenostomy provides a mechanism for relief of chronic rumen tympany or distention, removal of rumen contents and lavage of the rumen, removal of some rumen foreign bodies, administration of rumen fluid transfaunation, and administration of enteral nutr…
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