Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by P. Leblanc; Authorized translation by J.A. Nunn|
|Contributions||Nunn, Joshua Arthur, 1853-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 111 p.|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||agr52000051|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. The diseases of the mammary gland of the domestic animals Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. The diseases of the Mammary Gland of the Cow are at the present moment a matter of serious attention to sanitary authorities, it being universally admitted that in certain conditions the milk is unfit for human food. M. Leblanc's work is one recognised as a text-book on this subject on the Continent, and it was suggested to me by my friend Professor W. Owen Williams, President of the Royal College of . Agalactia is the absence of milk production in an animal that should be producing milk. The two most common causes of this condition are systemic disease and mastitis. In animals with severe systemic disease and decreased feed intake, milk production will drop dramatically and, in . A unique feature of this book is the focus on large, domestic animals. Previous editions were considered the "Bible" of reproductive physiology. It covers basic, large animal reproductive physiology, provides species-specific information and is suitable as a textbook for upper-division courses.
NEW or extensively revised sections include topics such as the Schmallenberg and Bluetongue viral epidemics of ruminants in Europe, Wesselbron disease in cattle, hypokalemia in adult cattle, equine multinodular pulmonary fibrosis, Hendra virus infection, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, torque teno virus, and numerous recently identified congenital and inherited disorders of large animals. the mammary gland is associated with local production of insulin-like growth factors and their binding pro-teins. This local system plays an important physiologi-cal role in the regulation of mammogenesis and in prep-aration of the mammary gland for lactation . T . It should also be mentioned, that while relevant to reproduction, disorders of the mammary glands are not included in this list. In addition, the user should be aware that all tissues can be affected by more general disease conditions; for example, hypoplasia, neoplasia, inflammation, abscessation, adhesions, and agenesis – to name a few. Cameron AM, Faulkin LJ., Jr Hyperplastic and inflammatory nodules in the canine mammary gland. J Natl Cancer Inst. Dec; 47 (6)– Warner MR. Age incidence and site distribution of mammary dysplasias in young beagle bitches. J Natl Cancer Inst. Jul; 57 (1)– Hernandez FJ, Fernandez BB, Chertack M, Gage PA.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Tumors in Domestic Animals, Fifth Edition is a fully revised new edition of the most comprehensive and authoritative reference on veterinary tumor pathology in common domestic animals, now in full color throughout with the most current advances in research and diagnostics.. Now in full color with hundreds of exquisite new images showing diagnostic features, pathogenesis, and techniques. Tuberculosis of the mammary glands is rare, except as a secondary involvement in tuberculosis of the axillary nodes or other tissues. The tubercle bacilli are probably carried by the blood. Tubercles are formed which undergo caseation, and the contents escape into the acini. cardiac diseases, acute intestinal disorders, and orthopedic disorders were the most common problems in these dogs. Case Group. The cases consisted of female dogs in which dysplasias or tumors of the mammary gland were diagnosed in the clinic during and The age range was between 5 .