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- Eye rupture due to trauma. You can see the iris prolapsing through the cornea.
- This is a swollen prepuce on a 1 day old foal. You can see the yellow staining from iodine which was used to dip the umbilicus. Iodine is very reactive to the tissues.
- This is a colon which has died due to colon torsion in a postpartum mare.
- This is a one day old foal which developed tetanus. His mom was unvaccinated prior to birthing.
- This is a scrotal hematoma from post-castration bleeding. The cord had to be reclamped and ligated to stop the bleeding.
- This is a foal with a longer bottom jaw that did not meet the upper jaw. This is called mandibular prognathism.
- The red masses on the lower eyelid are small tumors called squamous cell carcinoma.
- This is an omental eventration. This is a potential complication of castration and why your veterinarian should be present.
- This horse sloughed her foot secondary to severe laminitis. She had recently been diagnosed with cushing's disease.
- These are the mucous membranes of a horse with severe colic. The purple lines around the teeth are called toxic gum lines. This horse had a bad twist in it's colon.