[Histological studies of the occurrence of organisms shaped like Campylobacter in the abomasum of calves].

Abstract

The mucosa of the abomasum is a strongly acidic and therefore germ poor, but not entirely germfree environment. Only in isolated areas of the fundic glands zone were straight rods in the foveolas, and even more seldom spiral shaped bacteria could be encountered. They had no relation to the inflammatory infiltrates. On the other hand, Campylobacter-like… (More)

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@article{Gnther1992HistologicalSO, title={[Histological studies of the occurrence of organisms shaped like Campylobacter in the abomasum of calves].}, author={H. G{\"u}nther and F. Schulze}, journal={Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of veterinary medicine. Series B}, year={1992}, volume={39 10}, pages={737-45} }