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A surgical blade was used to puncture the abscess at the softest locationAn 18 gauge needle was inserted and straw coloured transudate was expressedThere was no resultant lameness but the wound was a nuisanceThis sub adult wildebeest was noted to have a discharging wound
A surgical blade was used to puncture the abscess at the softest location
photo taken on 6/13/2017


An 18 gauge needle was inserted and straw coloured transudate was expressed
photo taken on 6/13/2017


There was no resultant lameness but the wound was a nuisance
photo taken on 6/13/2017


This sub adult wildebeest was noted to have a discharging wound
photo taken on 6/13/2017


The vet unit at workThe injury was more than two weeks old and had no maggot infestationThe discharging wound was possibly due to an unsuccessful hyena attackThe swelling was suspected to be an abscess due to internal bleeding
The vet unit at work
photo taken on 6/13/2017


The injury was more than two weeks old and had no maggot infestation
photo taken on 6/13/2017


The discharging wound was possibly due to an unsuccessful hyena attack
photo taken on 6/13/2017


The swelling was suspected to be an abscess due to internal bleeding
photo taken on 6/13/2017


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