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Introduction Mesenteric torsion (MT), also referred to as mesenteric root torsion or torsion of the intestinal mesentery, occurs when the intestinal tract twists around the mesenteric root. 1 Depending on the site of torsion, the ileum, cecum

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) or gas inclusions in the gastric wall due to gastric wall necrosis or extensive ulceration. Paralytic ileus was the top differential diagnosis for generalized, severely dilated intestinal loops. Mesenteric torsion was considered unlikely because

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in systemic shock. Radiographic and ultrasonographic features of segmental mesenteric torsion can mimic mechanical obstruction with associated peritonitis. Dilation of the small intestines with mixed gas and fluid and reduced serosal detail are the

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described above (including primary medical issues, bite wounds, diaphragmatic hernia, mesenteric torsion, and more). Results Study population Eight hundred twenty-three dogs and cats underwent gastrointestinal surgery during the study period

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-5827.2006.00018.x 13. Matushek KJ Cockshutt JR . Mesenteric and gastric volvulus in a dog . J Am Vet Med Assoc 1987 ; 191 : 327 – 328 . 14. Parker WM Presnell KR . Mesenteric torsion in the dog: two cases . Can Vet J 1972 ; 13 : 283 – 284

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dehiscence recurred after a second surgery), intussusception (7 [4%]), gastrointestinal perforation (6 [4%]), enteritis (2 [1%]), and small intestinal or mesenteric torsion (1 [0.6%] each). Eighteen of 170 (11%) dogs had bacterial peritonitis. Nine of 170

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-2003) . J Am Vet Med Assoc . 2006 ; 229 ( 12 ): 1934 - 1939 . doi: 10.2460/javma.229.12.1934 22. Westermarck E , Rimaila-Pärnänen E . Mesenteric torsion in dogs with exocrine pancreatic insufficiency: 21 cases (1978-1987) . J Am Vet Med Assoc

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, 2 with adrenal adenomas, and 1 each with acute interstitial pneumonia and gastritis, enteric lymphoma, mesenteric torsion, systemic ferret coronavirus infection, intestinal coccidiosis with severe gastric and duodenal ulcers and septic shock, thymoma

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seroma, minor hemorrhage, transient hemoptysis, severe hemorrhage, cardiorespiratory arrest, chylothorax, laryngeal paralysis, atrial or ventricular fibrillation, and postoperative mesenteric torsion are reported. 10,12 The most common surgical

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