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Porcine intestinal adenomatosis: a possible relationship with necrotic enteritis, regional ileitis and proliferative haemorrhagic enteropathy
  1. AC Rowland


Necrotic enteritis and regional ileitis are recognised causes of sporadic death in pigs. In both conditions, the intestinal mucosa harbours the bacterium, Campylobacter sputorum subsp mucosalis, which was first associated with procine intestinal adenomatosis.

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