Case Reports in Veterinary Medicine / 2017 / Article / Fig 2

Case Report

Gastric Intussusceptions in a Red Corn Snake (Pantherophis guttatus) Associated with Cryptosporidiosis

Figure 2

(a) Gastroduodenal intussusception. The duodenum (D) and air sac (AS) are readily visible at the surgical site. The cranial (Cr) and caudal (Cd) directions of the snake are identified. (b) Esophagogastric intussusception. After the gastrotomy, adhesions (A) are identified between the esophagus (E) and the stomach’s serosa (Se). The hypertrophied gastric mucosa (M) is visible. (c) Reduction of the double compounded intussusception. Depicted here are the esophagus (E), stomach (S), and duodenum (D) in their normal anatomic position.

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