A male castrated Cavalier King Charles Spaniel crossbreed, aged 4 years and weighing 9.1 kg, with body condition score (BCS) 4/9, presented to our veterinary referral hospital after a dog attack. A computed tomography scan showed: left-sided moderate pneumothorax, splenic rupture and herniation of intestinal loops through an abdominal wall rupture.
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Published online: March 04, 2023
Accepted: February 26, 2023
Received: December 13, 2022
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