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- Reif, Christina, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- BMC veterinary research 2019 v.15 no.1 pp. 100
- acidosis; anorexia; blood proteins; cows; euthanasia; feces; fever; health status; hematocrit; hematuria; hypoproteinemia; leukopenia; necropsy; peritonitis; rumen fluids; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); surface temperature; tachycardia; ultrasonography; veterinary medicine
- ... BACKGROUND: This study evaluated the clinical, laboratory, ultrasonographic and pathological findings in 87 cows aged 2 to 10 years (4.5 ± 1.5 years) with type-4 abomasal ulcer. RESULTS: The most common clinical findings were in decreasing order compromised health status accompanied by partial or complete anorexia (100%), abdominal guarding (81%), congested scleral vessels (77%), ruminal atony (73 ...
- Reif, Christina, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Research in veterinary science 2019 v.124 pp. 366-374
- acidosis; anorexia; ascorbic acid; blood; blood proteins; blood transfusion; calcium; cows; displaced abomasum; glucose; heart rate; hematocrit; hemorrhage; hypoproteinemia; laparotomy; mucosa; rumen; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); sodium chloride; tachycardia
- ... This study involved 145 cows with type-2 abomasal ulcer. The most common clinical signs were, in decreasing order of frequency, depressed demeanour (100%), partial or complete anorexia (93%), rumen atony (91%), tachycardia (90%), dark or black manure (80%), prolonged capillary refill time (71%), pale mucous membranes (69%) and tachypnoea (62%). The most common abnormal laboratory findings were azo ...