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Old 07-31-2020, 07:36 PM
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Default Re: Foot Rot and Impacting Mitigation in P. Terribilis

The term "Impaction" is sophistry. Obstructions are more complex than what internet pet application of "Impaction" implies.

Theyre often chronic, accumulative, and/or partial.

eg I was a direct caregiver (tube feeding for client) to a young monitor lizard that after more than 18 months of Davis University apon necropsy was found to have a linear obstruction of long black human hairs that torqued segments of the intestinal tract.

I have also been privy to other obstruction subjects both confirmed and suspected. Removal of continued ingestion and theraputic hydration + warmer temps aided passage of material which was flushd thru seive to confirm, with no re occurrance (years in) once modality and sub ingest potental removed.
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