Abdominal cavity (bovine)

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Ammonium urate concretions in the splenic capsule of a calf

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In a 12-month-old, male, Montbeliard breed, calf carcass multiple sand-like, roughly granular, whitish,  spherical concretions of crystalline appearance were observed attached to the spleen capsule. (more…)

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Chronic peritonitis in calves

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In a male, 11 months old, cross breed calf carcass reddish lesions were observed in the serous surfaces of different abdominal viscera. Some lymph nodes were also reactive. (more…)

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The cow with black spots within

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In a male Friesian calf multifocal abundant black spots were observed on the lungs. When cut the black colouration extended into the lungs parenchyma. In the liver, to a lesser extent, this lesion could also be observed.
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Nodular lesions in the pleura, peritoneum and viscerae of a calf

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Widespread nodular lesions were found in the thoracic and abodminal cavities of an 11 months old male calf. The pleura and peritoneum were involved as were viscerae such as the heart, lungs and liver. An abundant yellowish exsudate was also present. (more…)

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