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FOTO: OVAJ JEŽ NAPUHAO SE KAO BALON Sirotu životinjicu pogodio je rijedak sindrom, veterinarka otkrila kako ga je spasila: 'Samo sam ga bocnula'

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A hedgehog inflated to twice his size wandering outside Doncaster has been rescued by the RSPCA and diagnosed with a severe case of ‘Balloon Syndrome’. See Ross Parry story RPYHOGG; A concerned member of the public spotted the large male hedgehog going round in circles in Toll Bar, Doncaster on Monday 5 June. She told the RSPCA that the hedgehog was dragging its back leg, had blood on its nose and due to its size, might be pregnant. But when RSPCA Inspector Sandra Dransfield arrived at the scene, she could see that the animal was suffering from the rare condition ‘Balloon Syndrome’*, when gas collects under the skin of the hedgehog, so it inflates like a balloon. RSPCA Inspector Sandra Dransfield said: “It’s the worst case of Balloon Syndrome I’ve seen. This poor chap was almost twice its natural size, literally blown up like a beach ball with incredibly taut skin. “I took the stricken animal straight to Peak Vets in Sheffield, where he was x-rayed and they released some of the air from under his skin., Image: 335943644, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: follow us on twitter - @swns
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Mužjak ježa koji se napuhnuo na gotovo dvostruku veličinu od svoje prirodne je spašen i oporavlja se nakon što ga je veterinar 'probušio', javlja BBC.

Jež je bolovao od 'sindroma balona', do kojeg dolazi zbog nakupljanja plina ispod kože. Događa se rijetko i pogađa samo ježeve, najvjerojatnije zbog viška kože koji imaju kako bi se mogli sklupčati u loptu. U nekim slučajevima, zbog ozljede ili modrice, ispod kože se počne skupljati zrak.

A hedgehog inflated to twice his size wandering outside Doncaster has been rescued by the RSPCA and diagnosed with a severe case of ‘Balloon Syndrome’. See Ross Parry story RPYHOGG; A concerned member of the public spotted the large male hedgehog going round in circles in Toll Bar, Doncaster on Monday 5 June. She told the RSPCA that the hedgehog was dragging its back leg, had blood on its nose and due to its size, might be pregnant. But when RSPCA Inspector Sandra Dransfield arrived at the scene, she could see that the animal was suffering from the rare condition ‘Balloon Syndrome’*, when gas collects under the skin of the hedgehog, so it inflates like a balloon. RSPCA Inspector Sandra Dransfield said: “It’s the worst case of Balloon Syndrome I’ve seen. This poor chap was almost twice its natural size, literally blown up like a beach ball with incredibly taut skin. “I took the stricken animal straight to Peak Vets in Sheffield, where he was x-rayed and they released some of the air from under his skin., Image: 335943644, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: follow us on twitter - @swns
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Jež je pronađen u Toll Baru u Doncasteru, a spasio ga je jedan prolaznik koji ga je vidio i donio u Društvo za zaštitu životinja u Cheshireu, gdje ga je liječio veterinar.

- U svojoj karijeri vidjela sam samo tri ili četiri ovakva slučaja, svaki put su vrlo čudni i šokantni, rekla je Bev Panto, veterinarka u Cheshireu.

- Na prvi pogled doimaju se kao vrlo veliki ježevi, ali kad ih podignete vrlo su lagani, jer su većinom šuplji.

- Doslovno se napušu poput balona. Morate ih probušiti. Piknuti iglom i ispustiti zrak iz njih, kazala je Panto i rekla kako sad redovito jede, te da se osoblje u klinici nada da će se u potpunosti oporaviti.

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