Author(s): Kelly DF, Cheeseman MT
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Abstract An adult dairy cow developed acute fatal diarrhoea. Necropsy provided no aetiological or morphological cause of the diarrhoea but incidental post-mortem findings included well-circumscribed areas of jejunal squamous epithelium. The cause of this unusual heterotopia is not known, but the lesion may have been of embryological or metaplastic origin.
This article was published in J Comp Pathol
and referenced in Journal of Veterinary Science & Technology