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New PDF release: Manual of Equine Gastroenterology

By Tim Mair BVSC PhD DEIM DESTS DipECEIM MRCVS AssocECVDI, Thomas J. Divers DVM Dipl ACVIM ACVECC, Norm Ducharme DVM, Thomas J. Divers, Norman G. Ducharme

ISBN-10: 0702024864

ISBN-13: 9780702024863

Handbook OF EQUINE GASTROENTEROLOGY presents the equine specialist and basic veterinary practitioner with an entire overview of the most recent info on all facets of equine gastroenterology. Edited by means of a global staff of equine experts and with over fifty five participants from the united states and Europe, it presents the main updated info on quite a lot of stipulations similar to colic, hepatobiliary disorder, oesophageal issues, diarrhea, gastrointestinal parasites and lots of extra. With precise chapters on prognosis and medical exam, clinical and surgery and administration of problems, guide OF EQUINE GASTROENTEROLOGY provides veterinarians the entire details they should diagnose and deal with any gastrointestinal challenge encountered within the horse or foal.

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9 ) . I n most cases the endoscopist will b e able t o see t o the major duodenal papilla, but not further, by advancing the endoscope a few centimeters while rotating the endoscope and maximally retroflexing the tip. 9 Illustrations of the stomach depicting the path taken by the endoscope as it is advanced around the stomach to the antrum, through the pylorus, and into the duodenum. The hash l ines represent the outline of the proximal descend­ ing duoden u m . a) In this illustration the left hemisphere of the stomach has been removed just to the l eft of midl ine.

Plasma fibrinogen concentration The fibrinogen concentration is raised by inflammation, most particularly septic inflammation, and its level indi­ cates the severity of disease. Concentrations increase within 1-2 days of an infection, but peaks are not attained until 3-4 days. A modest increase may therefore reflect early disease, or alternatively, a chronic low grade inflammation. High concentrations indicate advanced and serious disease with a guarded prognosis. PLASMA OR SERUM BIOCHEMISTRY Total plasma protein (TPP) Erythrocyte parameters The PCV is a useful monitor of dehydration and hypo­ volemia if used on a sequential basis.

If there is a large volume of fluid or feed in the stomach and the horse has definitely been fasted for an adequate period, a gastric outlet obstruction should be suspected. 6) . As the endoscope is advanced it travels against the right side of the stom­ ach and then dorsally. 7) . When observing the cardia the endoscope is pointing cranially, so that the left side of the animal appears on the left side of the endoscopist 's field of view. In order to view the antrum and pylorus, the endo­ scope must be further advanced until it has passed ventral to the ridge formed by the lesser curvature.

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