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Description and analysis of 23 calves with acroteriasis in Pomerania region


, : Description and analysis of 23 calves with acroteriasis in Pomerania region. Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczej w Szczecinie, Zootechnika 29: 117-128

PM details of 23 of calves diagnosed with acroteriasis in Pomerania between January 1973 and May 1975 are presented. There were 12 male and 11 female calves. In addition to abnormalities previously seen in conjunction with acroteriasis as described in literature, the following were seen in affected calves: schistosomus reflexus, lack of eyelids, brain aplasia, anal atresia, lack or aplasia of trachea, lungs and spleen.


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