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Evisceration—when the intestines protrude through the surgical site—can be fatal if not treated promptly. By knowing which breeds and castration methods are more prone to evisceration, vets can be better prepared for complications.
Researchers said evaluating castration complications allowed them to arrive at a benchmark to which other equine practitioners can audit their individual and practice performances, possibly leading to even safer gelding procedures.
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