Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 2010;50(4):319-322.
Cystorrhexis with uroperitoneum during parturition in a Appaloosa neonatal foal
Jaehyuk Yang1, Jongtae Cheong2, Joo-Myoung Lee2, Kyu-Kye Hwang2, Yoon-Kyu Lim2
1Equine Hospital of Busan Race Park, Korea Racing Authority
2College of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Medical Research Institute, Jeju National University
Appaloosa 신생망아지의 방광파열 1례
양재혁1, 정종태2, 이주명2, 황규계2, 임윤규2
1한국마사회 부산경남경마공원
2제주대학교 수의과대학 및 수의과학연구소
Abstract
A 3-day-old Appaloosa colt was examined because of acute onset of ataxia, left-sided head tilt, fever and heart murmur. The foal continued to nurse but became increasingly depressed and mild colic. On plain radiological examination, the foal was normal. Uroperitoneum was diagnosed following abdominocentesis. Postmortem examination revealed bladder rupture. The lesion was in the dorsomedial part of the bladder wall. We suggested that the cause of bladder rupture was parturient trauma. Even though the rupture was associated with trauma, the margin of rupture of bladder was clearly smooth and regular.
Key Words: bladder rupture, colic, foal, uroperitoneum
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