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Pathomorphology of mercury poisoning in swine


, : Pathomorphology of mercury poisoning in swine. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 40(17): 587-589

Pigs submitted with suspected mercury poisoning had mercury concentrations of 14.3-45.2 mg/kg in liver and 30.5-51.9 in kidney. The pathological picture was variable, only moderately specific, and similar to that of swine fever.

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