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Investigation and control of selenium-deficient edema in piglets

, : Investigation and control of selenium-deficient edema in piglets. Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology 22(7): 14

During 1989-91, piglets from 113 dams from a selenium-deficient area of China were examined. Incidence of oedema was 40.3% and mortality rate of piglets with oedema was 95.7%. Pathological features included hydrops in the thoracic cavity, abdominal cavity and pericardium.

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