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Abdomen: lipoma - pedunculated
Abdomen: pain - adult
Abdomen: pain - spasmodic colic
Blood: biochemistry - total protein
Blood: packed cell volume (PCV)
Cecum: intussusception - cecocecal / cecocolic
Colon: displacement - pelvic flexure
Colon: infarction - non-strangulating
Colon: small - obstruction
Fluid therapy: intestinal obstruction
Fluid therapy: overview
Gastrointestinal: epiploic foramen hernia
Gastrointestinal: fecalith / bezoar
Gastrointestinal: nasogastric intubation
Gastrointestinal: small intestine - torsion
Gastrointestinal: tympany/flatulent colic
Heart: disease - overview
Ileum: muscular hypertrophy
Intestine: enteritis - anterior
Intestine: resection and anastomosis
Large colon: intussusception
Liver disease: overview
Lung: pleuropneumonia - bacterial (pleuritis)
Parascaris equorum infestation
Peritoneal fluid: cytology
Peritoneal fluid: protein
Umbilicus: hernia (strangulating)
Urogenital: rectal palpation
Nasal discharge in cats
Nasal discharge in dogs
Seizures - convulsions/fitting
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