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Inflammation of the abomasum in ruminants.
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The purpose of this report is to describe the epidemiological, gross and histologic findings observed in a lamb with emphysematous abomasitis by bacteria of the Sarcina genus.
The gross and microscopic findings observed in this case led to a diagnosis of emphysematous abomasitis due to bacteria of the Sarcina genus.
Experimental induction of abdominal tympany, abomasitis
, and abomasal ulceration by intraruminal inoculation of Clostridium perfringens type A in neonatal calves.