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PATHOLOGY OF FEEDLOT CATTLE

@inproceedings{Abomasal2004PATHOLOGYOF,
  title={PATHOLOGY OF FEEDLOT CATTLE},
  author={Abomasal},
  year={2004}
}
ABOMASAL ULCERATION Commonly seen in various sizes, numbers and distribution in the abomasum in feedlot cattle. Often an incidental finding with no good explanation found. Can be very small, hemorrhagic and acute or can be large, irregular, pale and chronic. Most of the time BVDV is suspected but a workup on large numbers of cases often does not confirm this. The abomasal mucosa is thin with minimal support stroma and focal ulcers can occur easily, due to increased gastric acid output, which… 
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TLDR
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