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In surgical treatment of abomasal displacement the abomasum is returned to its normal position and attached to the peritoneum and abdominal wall to avoid recurrence. In this article 4 surgical procedures are presented and compared with each other: modified Dirksen method, Utrecht method, right...

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Laurila, T.; Pyörälä, S.
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Suomen Eläinlääkärilehti, 2000, 106, 9, pp 511-515
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Pyörälä, S.; Kokkonen, T.; Pyörälä, E.
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Suomen Eläinlääkärilehti, 1993, 99, 5, pp 298-305
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Saraste, K. L.
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Suomen Eläinlääkärilehti, 1994, 100, 3, pp 197-200
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In a retrospective review of the records of 932 dairy cows with intestinal obstruction, 630 had abomasal displacement; 55% were left-sided displacements. Traumatic reticuloperitonitis was the next most common diagnosis (205 cases); the remainder included caecal dislocation and volvulus, vagal...

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Pyörälä, S.; Kokkonen, T.; Pyörälä, E.
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Suomen Eläinlääkärilehti, 1993, 99, 6, pp 374-380
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Hirvonen, J.; Mäyrä-Mäkinen, A.
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Suomen Eläinlääkärilehti, 1991, 97, 11, pp 540-543
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Two commercially available radioimmunoassay (RIA) kits for direct whole milk and defatted milk progesterone determinations (methods A and B respectively) were evaluated. The sensitivities of the standard curves in methods A and B were 1.0 and 0.6 nmol/l respectively. In method A the non-specific...

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Laitinen, J.
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Suomen Elainlaakarilehti, 1982, 88, 12, pp 501-505, 507-517
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About 3, 000 cattle herds were infected with Br. abortus. 83 cases of undulant fever were reported between 1932 and 1936. In five of these cases infection was through contact, in seven through milk, in 88 probably through milk, and in three cases probably through contact and through milk. In 30...

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FRÓBERG, K.
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Finsk Veterinartidskrift, 1937, 43, pp 215-225; 246-258