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This report describes the clinical and pathological features of 4 horses affected by caecocaecal or caecocolic intussusceptions associated with larval cyathostomiasis. In each case, there was clinical and/or pathological evidence of concurrent larval cyathostomosis. They all demonstrated variable signs including diarrhoea, pyrexia, weight loss and subcutaneous oedema and cyathostome larvae were identified in the faeces of 3 of the horses. These cases highlight the need to consider caecal intussusceptions as a possible complication in horses affected by larval cyathostomosis, especially where signs of abdominal pain are severe or persistent.
|Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:||Love, Professor Sandy and Sutton, Dr David|
|Authors:||Mair, T.S., Sutton, D.G., and Love, S.|
|College/School:||College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences > School of Veterinary Medicine > Large Animal Clinical Sciences and Public Health|
|Journal Name:||Equine Veterinary Journal|