“Puppies and kittens affected with atresia ani are often stunted and anorectic and have abdominal enlargement due to secondary megacolon.”
—Gary W. Ellison, DVM, MS, DACVS
From Surgery STAT: Diagnosis and surgical management of atresia ani in small animals
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