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I. Meat inspection: general considerations, u. Tuberculosis in cattle and pigs. III. Inspection of the meat of tuberculous cattle. IV. Fraudulent practices in meat inspection

I. Meat inspection: general considerations, u. Tuberculosis in cattle and pigs. III. Inspection of the meat of tuberculous cattle. IV. Fraudulent practices in meat inspection

Veterinaria mocambicana 1: 103-116; 117-135; 137-143; 145-153

The importance of inspection of animals before slaughter is emphasized. Aspects of the lymphatic system of cattle and pigs of importance in meat inspection are described, with diagrams. After a description of the microscopic appearance of a tubercular granuloma, the different forms of bovine tuberculosis are classified as primary infections or reinfections, progressive or regressive, pulmonary or intestinal in origin. The appearance of lesions in various organs is described.

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