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Verminous arteritis as a cause of colic in the horse



Verminous arteritis as a cause of colic in the horse



Equine Veterinary Journal 4(4): 169-174



Strongylus vulgaris infection of the horse is reviewed with emphasis on the larval phase in the intestinal arteries. The arterial lesions are described and related to the clinical symptoms, in particular to the occurrence of colic.

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