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In rectal prolapse, one or more layers of the rectum protrude through the anus due to persistent tenesmus associated with intestinal, anorectal, or urogenital disease. Prolapse may be classified as incomplete, in which only the rectal mucosa is everted, or complete, in which all rectal layers are protruded. Rectal prolapse is common in young animals in association with severe diarrhea and tenesmus.
Transrectal endoscopy with three different techniques of rectal suture associate: NOTES survival study with liver biopsy in a swine model. Trindade 1. Beck 1.
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Transrectal access still has some unsolved issues such as spatial orientation, infection, access and site closure. This study presents a simple technique to perform transcolonic access with survival in a swine model series. The specimens were extracted transanally. The flexible endoscope was inserted through a posterior transmural incision and the retrorectal space.
Classical swine fever CSF is a highly contagious swine infectious disease and causes significant economic losses for the pig industry worldwide. The objective of this study was to determine whether small molecule metabolites contribute to the pathogenesis of CSF. In CSFV-infected piglets at days 3 and 7 post-infection changes were found in metabolites associated with several key metabolic pathways, including tryptophan catabolism and the kynurenine pathway, phenylalanine metabolism, fatty acid and lipid metabolism, the tricarboxylic acid and urea cycles, branched-chain amino acid metabolism, and nucleotide metabolism.
Where: digestive system Possible causes: Atresia ani Rectal stricture Other The piglet is born with no anus externally because it has developed a blind end to its rectum mm from the exterior, inside the pelvis. The condition is heritable but of low incidence 0. It is not worth attempting surgical repair because the artificial opening closes again.