Gastroscopic view of the lesser curvature of the stomach of the horse in Figure 1 obtained with a 3-m video endoscope. The normal pyloric recession is lost as the glandular mucosa is being pulled distally into the lumen by the intussusceptum. The ventral glandular mucosa appears hyperemic and inflamed. No ulcers were detected.
Citation: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 228, 9; 10.2460/javma.228.9.1339