28-Title: Occurrence of foetal mummification in cattle
Authors: Anita Rathore, Hemant Dadhich, Sunita Rani, Rohitash Dadhich
Source: Ruminant Science (2015)-4(2):243-244.
How to cite this manuscript: Rathore Anita, Dadhich Hemant, Rani Sunita, Dadhich Rohitash (2015). Occurrence of foetal mummification in cattle. Ruminant Science 4(2):243-244.
The present investigation was carried out on 390 samples of female genital tract of cattle of different age and breeds. Out of these, 64 samples showing gross lesions were collected and tissue sections from these were subjected to histopathological examination. In the present study, the overall occurrence of mummified foetus in genital tract of cattle was found to be 0.64% (1 case).
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