3.221-238 Increased abdominal content in cattle

The videos in this section show common causes of increased abdominal content in cattle, from grain overload, peritonitis and advanced/twin pregnancy to ascites/right-sided heart failure and vagus indigestion. In calves, we’re shown bloat, torsion of small intestine and abomasal perforation, and in neonates, abomasal distension/acidosis, peritonitis, atresia ani/coli and intussusception.

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