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concurrent with fibrinolysis. The usual balance of several coagulation factors is altered in horses with acute gastrointestinal disease, 13–15 resulting in an excess of procoagulant factors overwhelming the anticoagulant response. 16 Therefore, adhesion

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supraphysiologic pressure prior to leakage. Histologic evaluation the intestinal segments used was not performed because the dogs were believed to be free of gastrointestinal disease and their intestines macroscopically appeared healthy. Results for the control

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R , et al. Fed and fasted gastric pH and gastric residence time in conscious Beagle dogs . J Pharm Sci 2009 ; 98 : 2494 – 2500 . 10.1002/jps.21602 26. Chandler ML . Nutritional strategies in gastrointestinal disease . In: Washabau RJ

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repeat celiotomy in 53 horses with acute gastrointestinal disease. Vet Surg 1989 ; 18 : 424 – 431 . 2. Hay WP Mueller PO . Intra-abdominal adhesions . In: White NA Moore JN , eds. Current techniques in equine surgery and lameness

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-abdomianal adhesions in horses: a retrospective evaluation of repeat laparotomy in 99 horses with acute gastrointestinal disease . Vet J 2008 ; 175 : 194 – 201 . 10.1016/j.tvjl.2007.02.016 35. Cook VL Shults JJ McDowell MR , et al. Anti

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has been used to collect full-thickness intestinal biopsy specimens for diagnosis of multiple gastrointestinal diseases in humans. 12,13 This procedure is associated with a short hospital stay, less postoperative pain, and minimal complications and is

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.09.014 39. Phillips TJ , Walmsley JP . Retrospective analysis of the results of 151 exploratory laparotomies in horses with gastrointestinal disease . Equine Vet J. 1993 ; 25 ( 5 ): 427 – 431 . doi: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.1993.tb02985.x 10.1111/j.2042

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-abdominal adhesions in horses: a retrospective evaluation of repeat laparotomy in 99 horses with acute gastrointestinal disease . Vet J 2008 ; 175 : 194 – 201 . 10.1016/j.tvjl.2007.02.016

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