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Abomasal displacement. 2. Hypocalcemia as a contributing causative factor


, : Abomasal displacement. 2. Hypocalcemia as a contributing causative factor. Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinician 68(4): 412 Passim-412 Passim

Of 90 cows examined after parturition, eight developed abomasal displacement; of these eight cows seven had shown subnormal blood calcium levels before displacement.

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