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The wound was cleaned and treatedThe wound was an open wound caused by a superficial spearThe vet was flown to treat an elephant with a spear woundThere was a complete open metacarpus fracture of the right fore limb
The wound was cleaned and treated
photo taken on 4/18/2017


The wound was an open wound caused by a superficial spear
photo taken on 4/18/2017


The vet was flown to treat an elephant with a spear wound
photo taken on 4/18/2017


There was a complete open metacarpus fracture of the right fore limb
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The injury was deemed too severe for treatmentPrognosis is guarded but will be revised following review after seven to ten daysThe candidate was up in two minutes by itself despite the anticipated assistanceIt was infiltrated with Cloxacillin cream and a generous coating of green cla
The injury was deemed too severe for treatment
photo taken on 3/25/2017


Prognosis is guarded but will be revised following review after seven to ten days
photo taken on 3/25/2017


The candidate was up in two minutes by itself despite the anticipated assistance
photo taken on 3/25/2017


It was infiltrated with Cloxacillin cream and a generous coating of green cla
photo taken on 3/25/2017


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