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[Cocks with experimentally induced acute typhoid].
Acute typhoid infection was induced in cocks of the New Hampshire breed at the age of 14 months within the period of intense productivity. Bacteriologically, there were in the viscera of cocks diedExpand
[Morphological changes in the genitalia of culled sheep].
Morphologic studies were carried out on the genital organs of a total of 102 culled ewes in a postestrous season. In some 44.12 per cent there were clearly manifested gross lesions. EndometritisExpand
[Case of a leiomyoma in the uterus and cervix of a sheep].
Morphologic studies were carried out on the genital organs (uterus, cervix, oviducts, and ovaries) of a 3-year-old sterile sheep. A gross lesion was found in the region of the uterine bifurcation,Expand
[Histological endometrial changes in cows with latent endometritis].
Histologic studies were carried out through biopsy of the endometrium of 61 barren cows. The animals showed no visible clinical signs of a disease of the genital organs. With the method used withExpand
[Clinical aspects and therapy of anaphrodisia in cows].
Clinical investigations were carried out of a total of 1675 cows to elucidate the reason for anaphrodisia. The functional activity of the ovaries was determined by the use of cytovaginal smearsExpand
[Localization of alkaline and acid phosphatases in the testes and epididymis of calves during postnatal development].
A histochemical investigation was carried out after Gomori's method on the activity and localization of the alkaline and acid phosphatase in the testis and epididymis of 28 calves of theExpand
[Cytological research on the vaginal mucosa in cows with estrous cycle disorders].
Cytologic investigations were carried out of a total of 140 cows with regard to the vaginal mucosa in the event of disturbed functions in the course of the sexual cycle: hypofunction of the ovariesExpand
[Pathohistological changes in the mammae and sex organs of sows with the MMA syndrome].
Studied were morphologically the udder and genitalia of 13 sows with the mastitis-metritis-agalactia syndrome (MMA) and of 3 normal sows from the first to the third day after farrowing. In 53.80 perExpand
[Microbial etiology of the MMA syndrome (mastitis-metritis-agalactia) in swine raised commercially].
A total of 147 uterine-cervical exudates and milk samples from 165 lobes of the mammary gland of sows with clinical symptoms of mastitis-metritis-agalactia (MMA) were studied microbiologically. ItExpand