An unusual case of neonatal jaundice in a thoroughbred foal

An unusual case of neonatal jaundice in a thoroughbred foal
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Abstract

This is an account of a case of neonatal jaundice with very low haematological values, which was complicated by paralysis of the jaw and disturbed sucking and swallowing reflexes.

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