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Occurrence and fate of corpora amylacea in the bovine udder


Occurrence and fate of corpora amylacea in the bovine udder



American Journal of Veterinary Research 38(6): 879-881



ISSN/ISBN: 0002-9645

PMID: 879583

The presence and location of corpora amylacea were studied quantitatively by biopsy technique in separate glands of a normal cow during a lactation cycle. Corpora amylacea were present in alveoli throughout lactation without any evidence of an abnormal bacterial flora or an inflammatory reaction. The corpora amylacea were most numerous during the decline in lactation, approximately 95% being in the alveoli.

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