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While the majority of horses and foals with colic respond to medical management, early identification of those with a strangulating obstruction is imperative. The goals should be to manage the majority of horses/foals medically, without delaying surgery in those with a strangulation thereby maximizing the likelihood of an uncomplicated recovery and successful return to their intended use. Careful consideration of the patient history and detailed physical examination can help with early identification of an intestinal strangulation or at least prompt the use of additional diagnostic tests.
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