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Studies on the pathology of urogenital tract of poultry. II. Pathology of urinary tract


, : Studies on the pathology of urogenital tract of poultry. II. Pathology of urinary tract. Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 2(3): 197-201

Disorders encountered in 206 kidneys were interstitial nephritis (6), pyelonephritis (15), visceral gout (5), nephrosis (10), lymphomatosis (39), nephroblastoma (2), and absence of one kidney (4).

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