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Rumenostomy may be performed for therapeutic and digestibility research purposes in bovines, small ruminants and camelids. Several studies requires rumenostomy in buffaloes in order to sample ruminal content for laboratorial assays. However, complications and outcome of rumenostomy was poorly...

Author(s)
Teixeira, P. P. M.; Silva, M. A. M.; Viana, R. B.
Publisher
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Faculdade de Veterinária, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Citation
Acta Scientiae Veterinariae, 2014, 42, pp 1210
Abstract

This study was undertaken to investigate the physical and morphometric characteristics of Frieswal cattle. The data pertained to 809 Frieswal animals of different categories. The physical characteristics included the colour pattern of body, skin, tail switch, muzzle and hoof, the length and size of ...

Author(s)
Gaur, G. K.; Arun Kumar; Umesh Singh; Rathi, S. K.; Kripal Singh; Biswas, B. B.
Publisher
Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2006, 76, 12, pp 1030-1032
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Occasionally, the bovine practitioner is presented situations requiring application of techniques regarding wound repair and healing. Less commonly encountered in bovine practice than equine practice for example, principles and management of traumatic wound healing should be regarded as similar....

Author(s)
Miesner, M. D.
Publisher
W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Food Animal Practice, 2008, 24, 3, pp 517-526
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This article will throw the light on the use of mesh expansion technique "punctate relaxing incisions" and sliding flap techniques "Z and V-Y plastic incisions" for management and closure of some clinical surgical skin disorders. Punctate relaxing incisions were performed after excision of...

Author(s)
Abou-El-Ella, A. G.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt
Citation
Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 2006, 52, 111, pp 188-205
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The 33 topical papers in this issue cover a wide range of subjects and are divided under the following headings: general articles (control of pain, veterinary CT and MRI scanning, immunology, use of antibiotics in surgery, laboratory methods for large animals, welfare of animals during transport);...

Publisher
Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
The Veterinary Annual. Thirty-sixth issue., 1996, 36, pp 466 pp.
Abstract

Amputation of the limbs of cattle at the level of the elbow, carpal-metacarpal or fetlock joints is described; attention was given to the length of the retained skin flaps and musculature to produce stumps that were adequate for weight bearing. Amputation at joints was preferred to amputation by...

Author(s)
Nayak, S.; Mohanty, J.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1999, 76, 1, pp 42-44
Abstract

Experiments were carried out on 10 Russian Black Pied cows (daily milk yields, 6-10 kg/cow) with carotid artery transplanted into a skin flap and a cannula established in the portal vein. Effects of subcutaneous injections of thyroxine and insulin and intramuscular injection of hydrocortisone on...

Author(s)
Shatokhim, V. V.
Citation
Zhivotnovodstvo, 1975, No. 12, pp 71-72
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III. Heifer calves of the Shorthorn, zebu, and Santa Gertrudis breeds were kept for a year at constant air temp. of 50° and 80°F. Hair and skin temperatures of body, dewlap, and navel flap (zebu only) were taken once a week.
At 80°F. increasing body weight was associated with decreasing skin temp....

Author(s)
Stewart, R. E.; Shanklin, M. D.
Citation
Research Bulletin. Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station, 1958, 656, pp 23 pp.
Abstract

Allergen was prepared from the culture fluid of fetal lamb kidney cells infected with a type C oncovirus origin unspecified. It was inactivated by heating at 70 deg C for 40 min. A dose of 0.2 ml was inoculated into the caudal fold of cattle and sheep, or the ear flap of swine. A positive result...

Author(s)
Genov, I.; Tsutsumanski, V.; Lalov, Kh.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 17, 2, pp 42-47
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Cover for Brahman cattle

Evolutionary HistoryAll modern cattle trace their origins to Bos primigenius. Analyses of mitochondrial DNA have shown that divergence of Bos...

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