Invitation to tender: the subject of the public tender is the procurement of equipment for the laboratory within the intramammary
formulation of propolis for the prevention and treatment of mastitis in dairy ruminants
Most commonly, it presents as bilateral axillary and/or intramammary
lymphadenopathy, best appreciated as dense enlarged nodes on mammography or as abnormally enlarged nodes with thickened cortices on ultrasound.
This case report reviews an unusual presentation of primary ovarian carcinoma with metastasis to an intramammary
Short communication: Epidemiology and genotyping of Candida rugosa strains responsible for persistent intramammary
infections in dairy cows.
Based on the various modes of delivery, the global market is divided into premix, oral powder and solutions, injections, intramammary
preparations and others.
Effects of intramammary
bacterial infection with coagulase negative staphylococci and stage of lactation on shedding of epithelial cells and infiltration of leukocytes into milk: Comparison among cows, goats and sheep.
We interpret this phenomenon as a possible intraprostatic spread of carcinoma by either lymphovascular routes or perineural spaces akin to intramammary
spread seen in a subgroup of patients with multifocal breast cancer.
FNA of the mass was consistent with an intramammary
Interobserver variation in the identification of breast carcinoma in intramammary
Abscesses are located subareolar (23%), intramammary
unilocular (12%), or intramammary
aureus is prominent as one of the species most frequently associated with bovine intramammary
infections (IMI) in all continents, and it is known as the isolate species that causes the greatest losses in dairy farming worldwide (ANNEMULLER et al.
The role of intramammary
pathogens in dairy goats Livestock Production.