Comparative pathophysiology of nonglandular ulcer disease: a review of experimental studies.


Ulceration of the nonglandular, stratified squamous mucosa of the equine and porcine stomach is a common event in both species, although in pigs the fatality rate is significant and it is an economically important disease. Because the barrier function of this mucosa in horses and pigs appears similar, it is probable that similar pathophysiological… (More)


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