Partial mastectomy to manage the gangrenous mastitis in a cow

Title: Partial mastectomy to manage the gangrenous mastitis in a cow

Authors: Shongsir Warson Monsang, N Umeshwori Devi, Mritunjay Kumar and Bina Saikia

Source: Ruminant Science (2017)-6(1):191-192.

Cite this reference as: Monsang Shongsir Warson, Devi N Umeshwori, Kumar Mritunjay and Saikia Bina (2017). Partial mastectomy to manage the gangrenous mastitis in a cow. Ruminant Science 6(1):191-192. 


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