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Repair of a salivary duct fistula in a horse without using a stent
  1. N. J Vos, DVM1 and
  2. A. Vos, MD2
  1. 1 University Veterinary Hospital, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
  2. 2 Amsterdam Medical Centre, University of Amsterdam, Durgerdammerdijk 162, 1026CK Amsterdam, The Netherlands


A salivary duct fistula in a horse was repaired surgically without using a stent. Seventeen months after the operation the skin incision had healed without complications and the fistula had not recurred.

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