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Kidney damage due to plant poisoning in cattle in Brazil

, : Kidney damage due to plant poisoning in cattle in Brazil. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 92(10): 411-415

Natural and experimental poisoning of cattle with the young leaves of the shrub-like tree Thiloa glaucocarpa is reported and discussed, as well as experimental poisoning of cattle with the pods of Dimorphandra mollis and D. gardneriana trees. The subacute clinical course is similar in all three poisonings, and characterized by subcutaneous and internal oedema.

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