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contribute to UO. 2 Urethral plugs represent up to 60% of cats with UO; other causes can include urolithiasis, idiopathic UO, stricture secondary to urethral trauma, neoplasia, and foreign body obstruction. 1 , 3 Urethral rupture in cats is predominantly

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diagnostic test results, an exploratory laparotomy was recommended to rule out and potentially treat a foreign body obstruction. The tiger was placed in dorsal recumbency, the ventral abdomen was clipped and aseptically prepared using chlorhexidine and

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risk factors for dehiscence including preoperative septic peritonitis, hypoalbuminemia (< 2.5 g/dL), foreign body obstruction, and intraoperative hypotension. 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 Although results of intraoperative anastomotic leak testing are unable to

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esophagotomy retrieval of esophageal foreign body obstructions in dogs: 14 cases (2000–2004) . J Am Anim Hosp Assoc 2006 ; 42 : 450 – 456 . 10.5326/0420450 13. Doran IP , Wright CA , Moore AH . Acute oropharyngeal and esophageal stick injury

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foreign body obstruction and intraoperative assessment of tissue viability in dogs: a review . Top Companion Anim Med . 2020 ; 40 : 100438 . doi: 10.1016/j.tcam.2020.100438 7. Boag AK , Coe RJ , Martinez TA , Hughes D . Acid-base and

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Gastrointestinal or abdominal disease is encountered in small animal patients, and it frequently requires surgical treatment (biopsy, foreign body removal, or resection and anastomosis) of the small intestine. 1–3 Foreign body obstruction of the

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the foreign object ingestion. One cat returned the following day and had an abdominal ultrasound, which showed a linear foreign body obstruction. This cat had a successful gastrotomy, matted yarn and hair were removed, and was discharged home. The

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external ophthalmoplegia (ptosis), and decreased ocular menace reflex included a congenital or traumatic anatomic anomaly affecting the right cranial nerves II, III, or VII; occult mass; or foreign body obstruction. An additional differential diagnosis

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injuries such as hyperemia, bruising, necrosis, and perforation. In a study 38 on the timing of surgical intervention for gastrointestinal foreign body obstruction in dogs, there was no difference in outcome between dogs that were treated immediately or

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. Additionally, a control dog in the present study was observed to vomit a large portion of a leash or harness, preventing what could have become a foreign body obstruction. The ability to provide antiemetics orally rather than by injection minimizes discomfort

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