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Recently recognised clinical disease entities in pigs in behind



Recently recognised clinical disease entities in pigs in behind



Irish vet. J, 16: 221-232



In 1956 the first two fatal cases of ulcerative gastric haemorrhage were found in Cork, and since then the condition has been rendering some large commercial herds in south-western Ireland uneconomic. Pigs 3-6 months of age are mainly affected. The lesions are described. Bacteriological examination gave negative results in all cases.

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