alexa Bovine enzootic haematuria in Queensland.
Oncology

Oncology

Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy

Author(s): McKenzie RA, McKenzie RA

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Abstract Bovine enzootic haematuria was diagnosed in Queensland in coastal areas in association with bracken fern (Pteridium esculentum) on 3 properties or with mulga fern or rock fern (Cheilanthes sieberi) on 4 properties, and in inland areas in association with C. sieberi on 3 properties. In the absence of bracken fern, long-term ingestion of C. sieberi is suggested as a cause of bovine enzootic haematuria. Haemangiomas, haemangiosarcomas, transitional cell carcinomas, papillomas, fibromas and an adenoma were detected in the urinary bladders of 19 affected cattle and were accompanied by chronic cystitis.
This article was published in Aust Vet J and referenced in Journal of Cancer Science & Therapy

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