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Oxalate poisoning of plant origin (Oxalis cernua) in sheep


, : Oxalate poisoning of plant origin (Oxalis cernua) in sheep. Medicina Veterinaria 13(7/8): 427-430

Between December and February a flock of 200 ewes was on a pasture that consisted mainly of Oxalis cernua There were some abortions, a decline in body condition, and depression; 20 died suddenly. PM findings were slight haemorrhages on serosal membranes, nephrosis, chronic interstitial nephritis, glomerulosclerosis, and calculi in the renal pelvis.

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