Comparison of complications and long-term survival rates following hand-sewn versus stapled side-to-side jejunocecostomy in horses with colic

In the article “Comparison of complications and long-term survival rates following hand-sewn versus stapled side-to-side jejunocecostomy in horses with colic” (J Am Vet Med Assoc 2010;237:1060–1067), in Table 2, as a point of clarification, the variable “Postoperative colic and reflux” should instead be “Postoperative colic, reflux, or both.” In the study, no horse in the hand-sewn group had both complications together, but 2 had colic only and another 2 had reflux only. In the stapled group, 3 horses had both postoperative colic and reflux, and the remainder had 1 of these complications only

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