Fat necrosis of cattle
Fat tissue that abnormally accumulated in the abdominal cavity, colon, perirenal
area and mesenterium in cattle undergoes degeneration and necrosis, and becomes
soap-like, inducing intestinal stenosis and impaired defecation. The cattle gradually
grows weak and becomes disuse with progression of the condition. Long-term administration
of adlay is considered to be effective.
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Address inquiries to the following.
Department of Veterinary Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture,
Iwate University., Morioka, 020-8550, Japan