3.37-50 Behavioural changes in cattle

We begin with a video showing the typical clinical presentation of a cerebral lesion in a cow. Videos then show common conditions presenting with diffuse cerebral dysfunction, including metabolic diseases such as hypocalcaemia, nervous ketosis and hypomagnesaemic tetany. Then we are shown pregnancy toxaemia in beef cattle, meningitis in calves, lead poisoning, PEM and bovine spongiform encephalopathy.

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What is the sixth word in the first bullet point from section "3.18 Common Causes of Changes in Scrotal Size"?
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