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Stranguria, foal
Stranguria, foal

    A 2-day-old Thoroughbred colt with a ruptured bladder and stranguria. The rear legs are extended behind the body, which is typical of stranguria, as opposed to a foal with meconium impaction and tenesmus, in which the rear legs are commonly placed underneath the body.

Courtesy of Dr. Thomas Divers.

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