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Tierarztl Prax. 1997 Jul;25(4):318-28.

[Abomasal ulcers in calves: clinical investigations and experiences].

[Article in German]

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II. Medizinischen Tierklinik, Universit√§t M√ľnchen.


Observations and experiences as well as results of clinical investigations in 364 calves with clinically apparent abomasal ulcers (bleeding 28, deep 37, perforating 299) are communicated. The anamnestic data, evaluated systematically, allow to conclude, that influences of the feeding regime, in particular faults during the early weaning period, play an important role in the multifactorial etiology. Furthermore, symptoms, diagnosis and differential diagnosis as well as treatment and prevention are described. The various localizations (and ways) of perforating abomasal ulcers are demonstrated by schematic representations and by the respective findings at operation or at necropsy.

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