intramammary

intramammary

within or into the mammary gland.

intramammary devices
plastic devices inserted in the teat cistern to cause an inflammatory reaction and restrict invasion of the quarter by bacteria; no great benefit recorded plus some disadvantages.
intramammary infusion
intramammary infusion.
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The treatment was further continued with flushing, washing the affected quarter with liberal quantities of normal saline daily to reduce pH, another injection of Zoctima and intramammary infusion of Amikacinb (@ 10ml Amikacin and 10 ml normal saline mixture BID) into the affected quarter for five more days.
Changes in micromineral, magnesium, cytokine and cortisol concentration in blood of dairy goats following intramammary inoculation with Staphylococcus aureus.
This leads to the supposition that certain environmental variants are in advantage for intramammary infections.
Such tumors are identified separately because this growth pattern may be associated with extensive intramammary growth and distinctive patterns of metastasis.
Intramammary infection (IMI) is recognised worldwide as one of the costliest diseases affecting dairy herds.
Somatic cell count used for identifying cows with subclinical mastitis, a change in SCC from under to over a threshold of 200,000 cells per ml has been reported to be a predictor of intramammary infection (Dohoo and Leslie, 1991; Schepers et al.
Such tumors are identified separately because this growth pattern has been associated with extensive intramammary growth and distinctive patterns of metastasis.
Recent advances in diagnostic methods of intramammary infection like nucleic acid testing (NAT) directly from milk samples is gaining importance globally in most research laboratories.
SCC is a useful predictor of intramammary infection (IMI), and therefore, an important component of milk in assessment of aspects of quality, hygiene and mastitis control.