teat

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teat

a. the nipple of a mammary gland
b. (in cows, etc.) any of the projections from the udder through which milk is discharged
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Different researchers hypothesized that the epithelium of the teat cistern mucosa is more vulnerable to injuries and bacterial toxins (Ngatia et al.
5 inches long external wound exposing the lumen of the teat cistern with free flow of milk through the wound (Fig.
body weight was admini-stered intramuscularly for seven post-operative days and Colistin sulphate- Cloxacillin combination 10g (Mammitel (f)) was infused into the teat cistern daily.