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lumen. 2,3 Ingestion of as little as 2 ounces of adhesive has resulted in gastric foreign body obstruction. 2 During expansion, the adhesive will incorporate and trap gastric contents in its matrix. Commonly, abdominal radiography reveals a mottled

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prognostic indicators for surgical outcome of dogs with esophageal foreign body obstructions Endoscopic retrieval remains the initial treatment of choice for dogs with esophageal foreign bodies, provided that esophageal perforation does not necessitate

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also need to be considered. 5 In the dog of the present report, the diagnosis of neoplasia was excluded because of the age of the dog and signs of foreign body obstruction on imaging. Radiographic examination identified intestinal plication and a

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osteotomy procedure were identified. Findings suggested that bilateral pubic and ischial osteotomy may be an acceptable technique for exposure of intrapelvic tumors in dogs and cats. See PAGE 1016 Esophageal foreign body obstruction caused by a

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intestinal procedure for foreign body obstruction during the defined study period, 280 met the pre-defined follow-up criteria. Of the 280 surgical events with appropriate follow-up, 227 surgical events in 211 dogs met the remaining inclusion criteria for

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, Sears WC . Risk factors and prognostic indicators for surgical outcome of dogs with esophageal foreign body obstructions . J Am Vet Med Assoc . 2018 ; 252 ( 3 ): 301 – 308 . 10.2460/javma.252.3.301 2520109 4. Burton AG , Talbot CT , Kent

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may be the cause rather than a result of an esophageal foreign body obstruction emphasizes the need for a thorough diagnostic evaluation of affected animals. Congenital esophageal diverticula affect people, dogs, and cats, but these diverticula are

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2009 ; 50 : 649 – 654 . 10.1111/j.1748-5827.2009.00845.x 4. Leib MS Sartor LL . Esophageal foreign body obstruction caused by a dental chew treat in 31 dogs (2000–2006) . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2008 ; 232 : 1021 – 1025 . 10.2460/javma.232

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, anorexia, jaundice, high circulating liver enzyme activities, and hyperbilirubinemia. Concurrent disease often masks underlying neoplasia, and differential diagnoses such as cholangiohepatitis, pancreatitis, parasitic infection, and foreign body obstruction

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treated for esophageal foreign body obstruction: a retrospective cohort study of 222 cases (1998–2017) . J Vet Intern Med 2017 ; 31 : 1686 – 1690 . 10.1111/jvim.14849 4. Thompson HC Cortes Y Gannon K , et al. Esophageal foreign bodies in

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