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Hereditary haemorrhagic diathesis suspected in 8 Japanese Black beef calves

Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kagoshima University (37): 157-165

Hereditary haemorrhagic diathesis suspected in 8 Japanese Black beef calves

An account is given of the medical history, clinical signs, blood examination and prognosis of 5 Japanese Black calves with haemorrhagic diathesis.

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