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Panniculitis in a yearling steer


Veterinary Record 139(11): 262-263
Panniculitis in a yearling steer
A yearling Limousin cross steer with fluid filled swellings on the neck had skin lesions symmetrically distributed on the lateral aspects of the hocks, in the groin and axillae and on the middle and lower neck regions; it was otherwise in good bodily condition. Skin lesions consisted of thickened fibrous folds with irregular superficial fissures on the surface; there was no hair loss, signs of infection or inflammation.


Accession: 002914860

PMID: 8888562

DOI: 10.1136/vr.139.11.262



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