OMIA 001119-89462 : Abomasum, displaced in Bubalus bubalis

In other species: cattle , sheep

Mendelian trait/disorder: unknown

Considered a defect: yes

Cross-species summary: The abomasum is the fourth stomach in ruminants, often called the "true" stomach because of its structural and functional homology with the stomach of non-ruminants. Soon after parturition, the abomasum sometimes becomes distended either to the left (left abomasal displacement) or to the right (right abomasal displacement), resulting in anorexia and acetonaemia.

Reference


2000 Ramprabhu, R., Vijayakumar, G., Subramanian, M., Rajendran, N., Ramasamy, V. :
Left displacement of abomasum in a primigravid buffalo heifer Indian Veterinary Journal 77:697-698, 2000.

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  • Created by Frank Nicholas on 06 Sep 2005