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Peritonitis in horses: 67 cases (1985-1990)

, : Peritonitis in horses: 67 cases (1985-1990). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 203(2): 284-288

Peritonitis was diagnosed in 67 horses between 1985 and 1990: 14 horses developed septic peritonitis after intestinal rupture, 25 horses developed peritonitis after abdominal surgery and 28 horses had peritonitis not associated with intestinal rupture or abdominal surgery. 40 of 67 horses (59.7%) did not survive.


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