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The original Frohndorf method was to insert a modified bull nose ring into the upper part of the mouth, but still through the nasal septum. The authors devised a U-shaped piece of metal, the same diameter as a bull ring, with the arms of the 'U' joined by a bridge. The free, pointed ends of the 'U' ...

Author(s)
Deja, O.; Partzsch, C.; Vedder, H.
Citation
Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin, 1982, 37, 4, pp 132-134
Abstract

Teaser cows are adequately immolilized without the use of stocks by passing chains from the nose ring round the elbows so as to fix the head in a lowered position. B. finds a constant locality and operator, but constantly changed teasers, most conducive to maintaining the keenness of bulls. During...

Author(s)
BRIÈRE, J.
Publisher
Alfort,
Citation
Thesis, 1950, pp 43 pp.
Abstract

There are thirteen chapters. The first four deal with restraint, surgical equipment, surgical procedure, and anaesthesia; seven with the surgery of the anatomical regions, and one each with hernia and fractures. The authors have compromised by presenting their matter on a partly regional and partly ...

Author(s)
Shuttleworth, A. C.; Smythe, R. H.
Publisher
London: Crosby Lockwood & Son Ltd.,
Citation
Clinical veterinary surgery. Vol. 2. Operative procedure., 1960, pp viii + 398 pp.
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Cover for lumpy skin disease

A disease was first described in Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) in 1929, which was initially thought to be due to an allergic reaction in cattle to...

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Cover for bone, foot diseases and lameness in large ruminants

Lameness, the modification of gait, is a clinical sign of many diseases and disorders. It is a reaction on the part of the animal to relieve or adapt...

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