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Journal July 2012 (Vol 34, No 7)

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Intussusception in Horses by Bradley B. Nelson , DVM, Sabrina H. Brounts , DVM, MS, DACVS, DECVS

1. Which of the following parasites is not a suggested cause of small or large intestinal intussusception?
2. Which of the following is typically required to definitively diagnose intussusception?
3. In intussusception, the __________ (the proximal segment of the intussusception) telescopes into the __________ (the distal segment).
4. Which age group of horses most commonly develops small intestinal intussusceptions?
5. Which of the following is not a common location for small intestinal intussusceptions?
6. Which of the following is not a clinical syndrome associated with cecal intussusceptions?
7. What is the best treatment option for ileocecal intussusception with no devitalized bowel?
8. The prognosis for uncomplicated large intestinal intussusceptions is
9. Which of the following is/are a prognostic factor(s) for small intestinal intussusception?
10. Which of the following is not a common preoperative or postoperative sequela of intussusceptions?
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