Minimal-invasive tissue sampling at the bovine udder.

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Summary of "Minimal-invasive tissue sampling at the bovine udder."

In some cases, classical diagnostic procedures of bovine mastitis, including adspectation, palpation, and examination of milk samples, are of limited reliability, such that histological examination of udder tissue would be a useful addition. The study aimed to identify localizations for tissue sampling and to validate the biopsy technique.


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Name: Tierarztliche Praxis. Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nutztiere
ISSN: 2567-5834
Pages: 14-17


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