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Left abomasal displacement and ulceration with perforation of abdominal musculature in two calves



Left abomasal displacement and ulceration with perforation of abdominal musculature in two calves



Veterinary Journal 157(1): 95-97




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PMID: 10030135

DOI: 10.1053/tvjl.1998.0274


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