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Studies on the stifle synovial fluid of bovines. I. Arthrocentesis techniques and physiological examination of synovia in normal buffalo calves

, : Studies on the stifle synovial fluid of bovines. I. Arthrocentesis techniques and physiological examination of synovia in normal buffalo calves. Indian Veterinary journal 49(12): 1257-1261

Techniques of arthrocentesis for obtaining sterile fluid from the stifle joint were described. In 93 normal buffalo calves it was mostly colourless and clear. Average total volume was 12.66 ml (range 3-40 ml). Average number of leukocytes for 60 samples was 170 with a range of 0 to 850/mm3.


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