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1992 ; 28 : 570 – 574 . 8. Sale CS Williams JM . Results of transthoracic 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 9. The

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F oreign body obstruction (FBO) is a common cause of small intestinal (SI) mechanical obstruction, with 78% to 100% caused by foreign material versus neoplasia, stricture, or torsion. 1 , 2 Items associated with FBO can be linear (eg, string

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for acute abdomen syndrome include gastroenteritis, acute pancreatitis, hepatobiliary disease, urinary obstruction, and gastrointestinal foreign body obstruction (GIFBO). Thorough patient evaluation with a combination of general blood work (eg, CBC and

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esophageal foreign body obstructions in dogs: 14 cases (2000–2004) . J Am Anim Hosp Assoc 2006 ; 42 : 450 – 456 . 10.5326/0420450 2. Rousseau A Prittie J Broussard JD , et al. Incidence and characterization of esophagitis following esophageal

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clinical signs such as lethargy, inappetence, vomiting, a decrease in fecal output, and abdominal distention. 3,4 Intestinal obstruction can result from multiple causes including ingestion of foreign bodies, the development of intestinal adhesions

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G astrointestinal (GI) tract abnormalities are a frequent reason for owners presenting small animals to their veterinarian, and foreign body (FB) dietary indiscretion, whether causing mechanical obstruction or not, is a common concern recorded as

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or was preexisting. Foreign body removal Alligator forceps j were used with lacrimoscopic, rhinoscopic, or fluoroscopic guidance for FB retrieval in the 6 dogs suspected to have an FB on the basis of CTCD results. When an FB was removed, the

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regarding rare earth magnetic foreign bodies causing esophageal perforation and subsequent pyothorax in a dog. Ingestion of magnetic foreign bodies causing gastrointestinal perforations and subsequent septic peritonitis has been reported in dogs and has been

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Introduction Intestinal obstruction secondary to foreign body ingestion is a common indication for gastrointestinal surgery in dogs, often necessitating either enterotomy or IRA. 1 The decision to perform an enterotomy as opposed to an IRA is

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radiopaque foreign body 1 ; often, dilation of the small intestines orad to the obstruction becomes the most telling radiographic sign. Recognition of intestinal segments of varying diameter coupled with abnormal dilation of a segment depends on the

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