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Castration of Horses
Castration is the most common surgical procedure in horses with almost every male horse going through the procedure. Done properly the incidence of serious complications is very low. In spite of that, many of todays horses owners have not gone through the procedure and have anxiety about it. A common problem encountered with castration is cryptorchidism. This article explains timing, what to expect, how the procedure is done, and post-op care including recognition and care of complications. Also covered is the diagnosis and method of dealing with a cryptorchid stallion.
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