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Prognosis is goodThe anesthesia was smooth with no complicationshe wounds were cleaned and flushed with hydrogen peroxide and povidone iodinean open fresh wound close to the hock joint
Prognosis is good
photo taken on 5/23/2017


The anesthesia was smooth with no complications
photo taken on 5/23/2017


he wounds were cleaned and flushed with hydrogen peroxide and povidone iodine
photo taken on 5/23/2017


an open fresh wound close to the hock joint
photo taken on 5/23/2017


There were fresh wounds on the back and hind quartersThis young male rhino was reported to have been attacked by four lionsA bongo in Mount Kenya Game ranch was darted to trim overgrown hoovesPrognosis for recovery is guarded as there is considerable risk of the infection
There were fresh wounds on the back and hind quarters
photo taken on 5/23/2017


This young male rhino was reported to have been attacked by four lions
photo taken on 5/23/2017


A bongo in Mount Kenya Game ranch was darted to trim overgrown hooves
photo taken on 5/23/2017


Prognosis for recovery is guarded as there is considerable risk of the infection
photo taken on 5/23/2017


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