•  
  •  
 

Iowa State University Veterinarian

Document Type

Article

Abstract

A one week old Shetland colt was admitted to Stange Memorial Clinic on September 12, 1959 with a suspected inguinal hernia. Symptoms consisted of a hot, hard, and painful bilateral enlargement of the scrotum. The right side was larger than the left. The animal was depressed and weak.

Share

COinS