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Fistulous openings in either of the flaps _a, a_ must now be carefully curetted and dressed, and the flaps allowed to fall into position.
CAUSE: Fistulous Withers are seen mostly in horses that have a thick neck as well as those that are very high in the withers, or among saddle horses, those that are very low on the withers, the saddle here riding forward and bruising the parts.
Fistulous passages may also be developed upon the sides of the face, through which saliva is discharged instead of flowing into the mouth, and are called salivary fistulas.
Fistulous tracts are lined with a false, or adventitious, membrane and show no disposition to heal.
Fistulous withers are seen mostly in those horses that have thick necks as well as those that are very high in the withers; or, among saddle horses, those that are very low in the withers, the saddle here riding forward and bruising the parts.
Experiments on the Process of Digestion, in a Boy with a Fistulous opening into his Stomach, by