What is Eosinophilic Enteritis in Horses?

By Debra Archer, BVMS, PhD, CERTES (Soft Tissue), Dipl. ECVS, MRCVS, and Louise Southwood Parente, BVSC, MS, PhD, Dipl. ACVIS, ACVECC

Enteritis is an inflammatory condition that affects the small intestine, which includes the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum. Some veterinarians also use enteritis to describe more generalized intestinal inflammation, including the large intestine (which is made up of the large colon [inflammation of which is jQuery(document).on('ready', function ($, document, undefined) { jQuery('.pum-overlay').on('pumInit', function() { // var settings = jQuery('#popmake-60448').data('popmake'); console.log('pumInit'); }); jQuery('.pum-overlay').on('pumOpenPrevented', '.pum', function () { // var settings = jQuery('#popmake-60448').data('popmake'); console.log('pumOpen prevented'); }); jQuery('.pum-overlay').on('pumBeforeOpen', function () { var $popup = jQuery('#popmake-60448'); // setTimeout(function () { $popup.popmake('close'); // }, 0); // half Second // var settings = jQuery('#popmake-60448').data('popmake'); console.log('pumBeforeOpen'); }); });

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