Two cases of obstructive urethral calculi in the male dromedary camel are reported. Infection, metabolic disorders, malnutrition and climatic stress are cited as possible causes. The diagnosis and the surgical treatment of this condition are discussed, with particular reference to the anatomy of the camel's penis.
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