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- Hawes, MH; Gill, IJ
- Australian veterinary journal 2018 v.96 no.10 pp. 408-410
- Punica granatum; case studies; cattle; death; fruits; hemorrhage; hepatotoxins; histopathology; ingestion; liver; mucosa; necrosis; pastures; pomegranates; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); toxicity
- ... CASE REPORT: Ingestion of pomegranates was associated with the deaths of 9 of 35 young cattle; 8 were found dead without any prior clinical signs being noted and 1 animal was observed to be weak with pale‐pink mucous membranes. Gross pathological changes included widespread subcutaneous and serosal haemorrhages and the liver showed an enhanced acinar or 'nutmeg‐like' pattern. The significant histo ...
- Collins, NM; Carrick, JB; Russell, CM; Axon, JE
- Australian veterinary journal 2018 v.96 no.10 pp. 385-389
- Thoroughbred; blood serum; case studies; confidence interval; electrolytes; foals; odds ratio; sepsis (infection); sodium
- ... OBJECTIVE: To evaluate hypernatraemia in foals presenting as medical emergencies to an intensive care unit (ICU) to determine the prevalence, clinical findings, primary diagnosis and outcome. METHODS: Retrospective case study of records from Thoroughbred foals aged less than 3 months that presented to an ICU as medical emergencies in 2002–12. Data retrieved included signalment, clinical findings, ...