Quiz: Colic in Horses
Question 1 of 3

Colic is a simple term meaning abdominal pain. There are many causes of colic in horses, with treatments ranging from administration of pain medication to abdominal surgery. Signs of colic are variable and do not indicate which part of the gastrointestinal tract is involved. Which of the following clinical signs is easily recognized as a common sign of colic? 

  • A.

    Loss of appetite

  • B.

    Pawing with forelimb

  • C.

    Rolling on the ground

  • D.

    Stretching out as if to urinate


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