[Chemical diagnosis of sodium chloride poisoning in thoroughbred fur-bearing animals (foxes, coypu) and in turkeys and pheasants].


For laboratory diagnosis of sodium chloride poisoning, the concentration of chlorides was polarographically determined in the liver of minks (seven-month-old and older), polar and silver foxes (eight-month-old and older), coypus (nine to ten month old), turkeys (three-month-old), and pheasants. The physiological concentration of sodium chloride in the liver… (More)


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