Steen Henrik Møller

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An adolescent with chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis located to both iliac bones and an adult with pustulotic arthro-osteitis, involving the left iliac bone, an invertebral space, and the sternoclavicular, first sternocostal, manubriosternal and single peripheral joints are described. Their iliac bone changes were identical, except for the(More)
Since the recommendations on group housing of mink (Neovison vison) were adopted by the Council of Europe in 1999, it has become common in mink production in Europe. Group housing is advantageous from a production perspective, but can lead to aggression between animals and thus raises a welfare issue. Bite marks on the animals are an indicator of this(More)
Can simple enrichments enhance caged mink welfare? Pilot data from 756 sub-adults spanning three colour-types (strains) identified potentially practical enrichments, and suggested beneficial effects on temperament and fur-chewing. Our main experiment started with 2032 Black mink on three farms: from each of 508 families, one juvenile male-female pair was(More)
A 26-year-old man presented clinical, radiographic and, at operation, macroscopic signs of an ectopic opening of the left ureter into the seminal vesicle and agenesis of the left kidney. However, histological examination of the surgical specimen revealed that the supposed ureter was actually a vas deferens, and the structure removed from the renal site(More)
The distribution of diagnoses of mortality in mink submitted to the Danish Veterinary Laboratory (DVL) for diagnostic investigation in the calendar year 1997 was compared with the diagnoses of mortality in all dead mink collected at 4 selected farms (project farms) during the same period. A total of 1,015 submitted mink and 1,149 mink from the 4 project(More)
Mink production is characterised by a strict annual production cycle in which all animals are naturally synchronous and the number of animals in a given mink production period is high. Each age group presents its own health problems and the whole herd is at risk to period-specific hazards. Due to a significant time lag in the feedback-loop of mink(More)
s 7 Metabolomic study of plasma from female mink (Neovison vison) with low and high residual feed intake during restrictive and ad libitum feeding M.S. Hedemann, B.M. Damgaard Metabolite profiling may elucidate changes in metabolic pathways under various physiological or nutritional conditions. In the present study two groups of female mink characterised as(More)
The aim of this study was to determine the genetic background of longitudinal residual feed intake (RFI) and BW gain in farmed mink using random regression methods considering heterogeneous residual variances. The individual BW was measured every 3 weeks from 63 to 210 days of age for 2139 male+female pairs of juvenile mink during the growing-furring(More)
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