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Complications and survival in horses with surgically confirmed right dorsal displacement of the large colon


Complications and survival in horses with surgically confirmed right dorsal displacement of the large colon



Canadian Veterinary Journal 60(4): 381-385



ISSN/ISBN: 0008-5286

PMID: 30992593

Complications et survie des chevaux atteints d’un déplacement dorsal droit du gros côlon confirmé par chirurgie. Cette étude a comparé les complications et la survie postopératoires chez les chevaux atteints d’un déplacement dorsal droit du gros côlon (DDD) et les chevaux atteints d’autres lésions non étranglantes du gros côlon (LNEGC). Des données ont été obtenues dans les dossiers médicaux de chevaux qui avaient subi une laparatomie exploratoire entre 2000 et 2016 et dans un questionnaire auprès des propriétaires. Parmi les 137 chevaux qui satisfaisaient aux critères d’inclusion, 67 (49 %) avaient eu un DDD et 70 (51 %) avaient eu des lésions LNEGC. Vingt-huit chevaux atteints d’un DDD (42 %) et 27 chevaux qui avaient une LNEGC (39 %) ont éprouvé ≥ 1 complication après la chirurgie. Le groupe DDD a manifesté des complications plus graves que le groupe LNEGC (P = 0,0145). Il était plus probable que les chevaux atteints de DDD développent des coliques à court terme (P = 0,0111), mais pas à long terme (P = 0,453) et il était plus probable qu’ils aient à subir une deuxième laparotomie (P = 0,0003). Il n’y avait aucune différence significative au niveau de la survie à court ou à long terme entre les groupes. Les complications postopératoires majeures du groupe DDD n’ont pas influencé la survie à court ou à long terme.(Traduit par Isabelle Vallières).

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