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N ecrotizing enterocolitis is a serious disease of sudden onset in foals associated with a high death rate, despite therapeutic intervention. Clinical manifestations of enterocolitis in foals vary from being found dead to spectrum clinical manifestations. In this study, 50 fecal samples collected from foals aged 1-4 months and suspected clinically to be suffered from enterocolitis with main symptoms of profuse diarrhea, colic and abdominal pain. Rapid diagnosis was essential for controlling thedoi:10.21608/ejah.2021.184692 fatcat:d3fl4n6cfvhelnkdsyodfdioxa