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chromatosis (krō″mă-tō′sĭs) [″ + osis, condition]
2. The pathological deposition of pigment in any part of the body where it is not normally present, or excessive deposition where it is normally present.
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We declare to whom correspond that we assume any responsibility about any process realized during the development of the research entitled Pigmentation of the viscera and carcasses (chromatosis) in sheep.
Table 1--Plant and doses administered to sheep and rabbits for the determination of the etiology of a chromatosis in sheep.