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Abortion
Abortion. Abortion Is The Expulsion Of The Young From The Womb Before It Has Become Well Enough Developed To Live Outside Of The Mother. This Accident May Occur In The Sow, But Is Not Nearly So Common As In Two Forms Of Abortion, Sporadic And Occur. The Former Variety Is ...

Acute Indigestion Acute Gastritis
Acute Indigestion Acute Gastritis. Acute Indigestion Is Not An Uncommon Disease Of Hogs. It Frequently Occurs In Swillfed And Fattening Hogs. Causes.the Common Causes Of Irritation To The Stomach Are Overloading And Eating Spoiled Foods, Especially Putrid Swills. Alkaline Washing Powders And Soaps In The Swill, And The Feeding Of ...

Administration Of Medicine
Administration Of Medicine. The Different Methods Of Giving Medicine Are As Follows : (a) By Way Of The Mouth, (b) By Injecting Into The Tissues Beneath The Skin, (c) By Rubbing Into The Skin, (d) By The Air Passages And Lungs, And (e) By The Rectum. By Way Of The ...

Articular And Muscular Rheumatism
Articular And Muscular Rheumatism. Articular And Muscular Rheumatism Are So Associated In This Class Of Animals, That It Is Best To Discuss Both At The Same Time. Although Hogs Live Under Favorable Conditions For The Development Of Rheumatism, They Do Not Contract This Disease As Often As Some Of The ...

Blind Staggers Vertigo
Blind Staggers Vertigo. Blind Staggers Is Usually Associated With Diseases Of The Brain, Such As Anemia, Congestion, Tumors, And Parasites (cysticerci), Especially The Latter. It May Occur As A Symptom Of Chronic Indigestion, As A Of Reflex Irritation To The Brain. Symptoms. These Are Attacks Of Blindness, Upward Of The ...

Castration Or Cryptorchids Or
Castration Or Cryptorchids Or In The " Original " Pig, The Testicles, One Or Both, Fail To Descend Through The Inguinal Canal And Make Their Appearance In The Scrotum. Usually, But One Testicle Does Not Descend Into The Scrotum And It May Be Found In Any Part Of The Abdominal ...

Castration
Castration. The Castration Of The Boar Is A Very Simple And Is Not Followed By Complications When Performed,, As Is Frequently The Case In Some Of The Other Farm Animals. Pigs Of All Ages And In All Kinds Of Condition Are Castrated. The Age At Which It Is Best To ...

Choking
Choking. Choking Is Caused By Swallowing Some Sharp Such As A Piece Of Bone, That Penetrates The Membrane Of The Gullet And Becomes Lodged In The Part, Or By Such Objects As Potatoes, Roots, Etc., That Are Too Large To Pass Along The Canal And Into The Stomach. Paralysis Of ...

Chronic Indigestion Chronicgastritis
Chronic Indigestion - Chronic Gastritis Causes.when The Causes Of Acute Indigestion Act For Some Time, Either In An Intermittent Or Manner, It May Result In The Indigestion Chronic. Weakness Or Debility Hinders Digestion Of The Food In The Stomach, And Is A Common Predisposing Cause. Other Causes Are Intestinal Worms ...

Cold In The Head
Cold In The Head Nasal Catarrh. Causes. Exposure To Cold, Especially If The Is In An Overheated Condition Or The Body Wet With Snow And Rain, Is The Most Common Cause Of A Simple Cold. Hogs Kept In Crowded Pens, Or To Sleep Around Straw Stacks And Manure Heaps, Are ...

Complications Following Castration
Complications Following Castration. Castration Of The Male Is Not Free From Complications. These Are Hemorrhage From The Blood Vessels In The Cord, Rupture, Abscesses And Fibrous Tumors. Peritonitis Seldom Occurs From This Cause. ...

Congestion And Inflammation Of
Congestion And Inflammation Of The Kidneys. Causes. Congestion And Inflammation Of The Kidneys, As A Result Of An Injury, Is Not Uncommon In Hogs. Blows And Kicks In The Region Of The Back, Or Injuries Resulting From The Drove Piling Up, Are Among The Common Causes. Exposure And Wet, Cold ...

Congestion And Inflammation Of_2
Congestion And Inflammation Of The Brain. In Congestion And Inflammation Of The Brain In Hogs, Both The Brain And Its Coverings Are Involved In Most Cases, And For This Reason It Is Unnecessary To Attempt Any Division Or Classification Of These Diseases In A Work Of This Kind. Causes.fat, Plethoric ...

Constipation
Constipation. Constipation Consists In An Undue Retention Of The Feces, And Their Becoming Hard And Dry. It May A Diarrhea, Because Of The Dry And Inflamed Condition Of The Intestines. It May Also Occur As A Symptom Of Other Intestinal Diseases. Symptoms. The Droppings Are Dry Looking, And May Be ...

Depraved Appetite
Depraved Appetite. Depraved Appetite Is Not A Very Common Or Disease Of Hogs. It Generally Occurs As A Symptom Of Some Other Disease, But May Occur As A Result Of Feeding A Faulty Ration (one Deficient In Alkaline Or Earthy Salts), Lack Of Exercise, Digestive Disorders, And A Nervous Condition. ...

Diagnosis Or Recognition Of
Diagnosis Or Recognition Of Disease. The Diagnosis Is Based On A Careful Observation Of The Symptoms Or Evidences Of Disease. This Is Not As Difficult In Swine As It Is In Some Of The Other Farm Animals, But Unless We Are Acquainted With The Behavior And Habits Of Swine And ...

Diarrhea Dysentery
Diarrhea Dysentery. Diarrhea Is A Common Symptom Of Many Of The Digestive Tract. The Immediate Cause Is An Irritated Condition Of The Mucous Membrane Lining The Intestines And A Profuse Secretion From The Glands. Causes. Among The Common Causes Of Diarrhea Can Be Mentioned Irritating Feeds, Sudden Changes In The ...

Diarrhea In Young Pigs
Diarrhea In Young Pigs Scours. Causes. Scours In Pigs Is Frequently Caused The First Few Days After Birth By The Feverish Of The Mother Affecting The Character Of The Milk. Fermentive Foods, Slops, Moldy Corn, Etc., When Fed To The Mother, May Cause Her To Give Poisonous Or Toxic Milk. ...

Disease Resembling Hog Cholera
Disease Resembling Hog Cholera. In Circulars Nos. 41 And 43 Of The Bureau Of Animal Industry Is Published The Description Of A Disease That Cannot Be Distinguished By Its Alone From Hog Cholera. During The Course Of The Investigations Hog Cholera By De Schweintz And Dorset, Certain Outbreaks Were Met ...

Effect Of Eating Wheat
Effect Of Eating Wheat And Barley Beards. Hogs Sometimes Die When Turned On Wheat And Barley Stubble, And Around Straw Stacks. In Some Cases The Disease Is A Severe Sore Mouth, In Others It Is A General Intestinal Disturbance, Or Sore Throat Accompanied By Loud And Difficult Breathing. The Symptoms ...

Epilepsy Fits
Epilepsy Fits. This Disease Is Characterized By Sudden Loss Of Consciousness, Convulsive Movements, Etc. In The Intervals Between The Attacks The Hog May Appear In Good Health. Causes. Epilepsy Is Due To Lesions In The Spinal Cord And Brain. These May Result From Injury To The Above Organs. In Some ...

Fatty Degeneration Of The
Fatty Degeneration Of The Heart. Causes.fatty Degeneration Of The Heart Is Brought On By Overfeeding And Lack Of Exercise. Fat Accumulates In Masses Around The Heart And In The Muscular Tissue, Replacing To Some Extent The Latter, And The Ability Of This Organ To Do The Required Work Is Either ...

Heart Diseases In General
Heart Diseases In General Diseases Of The Heart Are Not Uncommon In Hogs. Inflammation Of The Lining Membrane (endocarditis), And The Covering Of The Heart (pericarditis), And The Heart Itself (myocarditis) Are Sometimes Met With In Such Diseases As Pleurisy, Rheumatism, Hog Cholera, And Swine Plague. Symptoms. These Are Usually ...

Hog Cholera
Hog Cholera. Hog Cholera A Common Infectious Disease Of Swine, Characterized By An Inflammation And Of The Stomach And Intestines, Enlarged And Inflamed Condition Of The Lymphatic Glands, And Sloughing Of Portions Of The Skin. The Name Hog Cholera Is Frequently Applied To A Class Of Infectious Diseases In Which ...

Infectious Arthritis
Infectious Arthritis. Inflammation Of The Joints Is A Disease Of Young Pigs From A Few Days To A Few Weeks Old. It Is Caused By Germs Entering The Body By Way Of The Naval Cord. Other Tissues Of The Body Besides The Joints May Be Involved. Causes. Filthy Breeding Pens ...

Infectious Sore Mouth In
Infectious Sore Mouth In Pigs Necrotic Stomatitis. Infectious Sore Mouth Is A Common Disease Of Pigs. It Usually Occurs In Young Pigs From A Few Days To A Few Weeks Old And Is Highly Contagious. Heavy Losses Are Frequently Reported From This Disease. Causes. The Specific Cause Of This Disease ...

Inflammation Of The Bladdercystitis
Inflammation Of The Bladdercystitis. Causes. A Common Cause Of Inflammation Of The Bladder Is The Retention Of The Urine And Its Becoming Infected With Germs. Under Such Conditions The Urine Undergoes Fermentive Changes, Ammonia Is Set Free, And The Lining Membrane Of The Bladder Becomes Irritated And Inflamed. Irritation From ...

Inflammation Of The Bronchial
Inflammation Of The Bronchial Tubes Bronchitis. Inflammation Of The Lining Membrane Of The Bronchial Tubes May Be Either Acute Or Chronic. The Chronic Form Is The More Common. There Ar Other Forms Of The Disease, As Croupous, Capillary, Etc., That Are Classed According To The Character Of The Inflammatory Lesions, ...

Inflammation Of The Lungs
Inflammation Of The Lungs Pneumonia. Acute Congestion And Inflammation Of The Spongy Tissue Of The Lungs Is Met With In Hogs, The Same As In Other Farm Animals. Inflammation Of A Part Or A Few Lobules Of The Lungs Is Frequently Met With When Lung Worms Are Present. Causes. Fat, ...

Inflammation Of The Peritoneum
Inflammation Of The Peritoneum Causes. This Is Not A Common Disease Of Hogs, As The Lining Membrane Of The Abdominal Cavity Is Less Susceptible To Irritation From Germs Than That Of Most Other Animals. Peritonitis Usually Occurs As A Result Of An Inflammation Of The Intestines, Or Womb, And Is ...

Inflammation Of The Prepuce
Inflammation Of The Prepuce Or Sheath. This Condition Is Usually Caused By The Secretions And Dirt Accumulating In The Sheath And Its Side Folds. The Irritation Caused By The Dirt Inflames The Lining Membrane, And The Glands In The Part Secrete More Actively. Infection From Pus Germs Usually Follows, And ...

Inflammation Of The Spleen
Inflammation Of The Spleen Splenitis. Inflammation Of The Spleen Is Frequently In Old Works On Veterinary Medicine, And An Elaborate Line Of Symptoms Is Given In Connection With The Disease. Most Of The Observations On This Disease Have Been Made On Postmortem Examinations Of It Is Not Uncommon To Find ...

Inflammation Of The Stomach
Inflammation Of The Stomach And Gastroenteritis. Inflammation Of The Stomach Cannot Be By The Symptoms Shown From That Of The Intestines And Vice Versa. Frequently Both Are At The Same Time. It Is, Therefore, More To Discuss Both Under The One Head. Causes. This Disease Is Largely Due To Filthy ...

Inflammation Of The Testicles
Inflammation Of The Testicles Orchitis Inflammation Of The Testicles In The Boar Is Caused By Blows, Kicks, And Bites From Other Animals. It May Also Occur As A Result Of An Extending From A Neighboring Part And Germ Infection, Or As A Complication Of Some Infectious Disease. The Symptoms Are ...

Inflammation Of The Udder
Inflammation Of The Udder Garget. Causes. Inflammation Of The Udder Commonly Occurs In Heavy Milkers, And Is Caused By All Of The Milk Not Being Removed. Frequently, It Occurs As A Result Of The Milk Accumulating In The Udder When The Sow Has Lost A Part Of Tier Litter. Other ...

Inflammation Of The Uterus
Inflammation Of The Uterus And Vagina. Causes. Inflammation Of The Womb And The Leading To It Frequently Occurs As A Of A Difficult Birth, Or As A Result Of The Retention Of Dead Fetuses And Decomposition Of The Afterbirth. Herdsmen, When Assisting In A Difficult Birth, May Injure And Infect ...

Inflammation Of The
Inflammation Of The Pleurisy Is An Inflammation Of The Serous Lining The Chest Cavity And Covering The Lungs. Many Of The Causes Of Pleurisy Are The Same As In Pneumonia. Because Of This And The Intimate Relation Of The Pleura To The Lung Tissue, Both Of These Diseases Frequently Occur ...

Inversion And Prolapsus Of
Inversion And Prolapsus Of The Vagina And Uterus. This Accident Usually Follows Birth. Only A Part Of The Genital Canal, Or Womb, May Be Involved, And It Is Seldom That A Complete Prolapsus Of The Parts Occurs. The Chief Symptom Is A Tumorlike Mass Protruding From Between The Lips Of ...

Jaundice Yellows
Jaundice Yellows This Is Not A Disease In Itself, But Rather A Of Disease. It Is Difficult To Recognize Liver In Hogs, And Quite Impossible To Differentiate One From Another. For This Reason, It Is More Convenient To Discuss Liver Diseases Under The Head Of Jaundice. Gallstones Are Occasionally Found ...

Nettlerash Urticaria
Nettlerash Urticaria. Urticaria Is An Acute Skin Disease In Which The Cellular Tissue Becomes Infiltrated With Fluid From The Capillary Bloodvessels, And Flattened Blotches Or Swollen Spots Form On The Skin. They Are Not To Any Particular Region. This Disease Occurs Mostly In Young Pigs. Causes. The Most Common Causes ...

Paralysis Of The Posterior
Paralysis Of The Posterior Part Of The Body. Causes. Paralysis Of The Hind Parts Is Frequently Met With In Growing Hogs. It Is Due To A Variety Of Conditions. Dr. Alexander States That It Occurs In Rhachitis, When The Thighbones Become Fractured, And Is Caused By Feeding A Ration Deficient ...

Pitch Mangeeczema
Pitch Mangeeczema. Acute And Chronic Inflammation Of The Skin Is Not An Uncommon Disease In Hogs. This Is Not Due To A Susceptibility Of This Class Of Animals To Skin Diseases, But More To The Conditions Under Which They Are Kept. Causes. This Disease Is Associated With Conditions, Filthy Pens, ...

Poisoning
Poisoning. Meat Brine And Washing Powders Are The Most Common Causes Of Poisoning In Hogs. There Are A Number Of Other Irritating And Poisonous Substances And Drugs That Sometimes Find Their Way Into The Food And Are Eaten By Hogs. A Few Of The More Important Poisons Will Be Discussed ...

Prolapse Of The Anus
Prolapse Of The Anus. Permanent Protrusion Of The Lining Membrane Of The Rectum Through The Anal Opening Is Called A Prolapse Of The Anus. This Condition Is Not In Growing Pigs. Pigs Having Access To Cinder Piles, Soft Coal, Etc., Frequently Suffer From This Ailment. It Is Also Common In ...

Rabies Hydrophobia
Rabies Hydrophobia. Rabies Is One Of The Oldest Known Infectious Diseases. Hogs Do Not Suffer As Extensively From It As Do Horses, Cattle, And Dogs, But Wherever An Extensive Outbreak Of Rabies Occurs, Hogs As Well As Other Animals Are Reported As Dying Of The Disease. Rabies Is A Very ...

Retention Of The Urine
Retention Of The Urine. Causes.retention Of The Urine May Be Due To A Variety Of Conditions, Such As A Spasm Of The Neck Of The Bladder, Paralysis, Urethral And Cystic Calculi, (stones In The Canal Leading From The Bladder And In This Organ), Injuries And Inflammation Of The Urethra, Inflammation ...

Rickets Rhachitis
Rickets Rhachitis. Rickets Is A Disease Affecting The Bones, And, To Some Writers On This Disease, Is Most Common In Growing Pigs Shortly After They Are Weaned. In Rickets, The Bones Of The Body Are Lacking In Mineral Or Earthy Matter, And As A Result Lose Their Rigidity And Become ...

Rupture Hernia
Rupture Hernia. Hernia Or Rupture Is A Condition In Which A Portion Of The Intestines, Or Omentum Have Passed Through The Walls Of The Abdomen And Lie Just Beneath The Skin. Rupture In Pigs Is Frequently Due To Some Congenital Defect, As An Open Umbilicus Or A Wide Canal. At ...

Scrotal Or Inguinal Hernia
Scrotal Or Inguinal Hernia. Scrotal Hernia Occurs In The Male, The Intestines Passing Through The Wide Inguinal Canal Together With The Cord Of The Testicle And Become Lodged In The Scrotum. It Is Not Difficult To Recognize This Form Of Rupture, As The Enlargement Of The Scrotum Is Usually Quite ...

Simple Inflammation Of The
Simple Inflammation Of The Stomatitis. Simple Sore Mouth In Hogs Is No Doubt More Common Than We Are Aware Of, As A Large Per Cent. Of The Cases Do Not Show Marked Symptoms And Escape Notice. Causes. Among The Common Causes Of This Can Be Mentioned Putrid Or Decomposed Slops, ...

Simple Septicemia And Pyemia
Simple Septicemia And Pyemia. There Is No Essential Difference Between And Pyemia, And Writers Classify All Blood Poisoning As A Septicemia, As The 'immediate Cause Of The Diseased Changes In The Tissues Are Due To The Action Of The Toxic Substances, Produced By The Invading Microorganisms. The Difference In The ...

Skin Warts
Skin Warts. Warts Are Growths On The Skin Caused By Piled Up Epidermal Cells, Or Hypertrophy Of The Papilla Of The Skin. Weak, Debilitated Hogs Seem To Be Predisposed To Warts, Or More Likely, The Condition Of The Is The Cause Of The Malnutrition Of The Skin. Irritation To The ...

Snuffles Bullnose
Snuffles Bullnose. Snuffles Is An Inflammatory Disease Of The Lining Membrane And The Bony Walls Of The Nasal Cavity, Accompanied By A Distortion Or Deformity Of The Snout And Face. This Disease Is Frequently Discussed Along With Rickets, And Can Be Considered A Symptom Or Complication Of The Latter Disease. ...

Sore Feet
Sore Feet. Heavy Hogs, When Kept On Hard Floors Or Driven Over Rough Roads, May Suffer From Bruised, Inflamed Feet. Hogs That Are Kept In Filthy Yards May Also From This Disease. Under Such Conditions, The Tissue Between The Claws Becomes Softened By The Moisture, And The Germs Present Enter ...

Sore
Sore The Causes And Symptoms Of Inflammation Of The Pharynx And Larynx In The Hog Are Very Much The Same. This Is Also True Of Tonsilitis, And, Usually, All Of These Parts Are Inflamed At The Same Time And Can Be Discussed Conveniently Under The Head Of Sore Throat. Causes. ...

Spasm Of The Diaphram
Spasm Of The Diaphram True Palpitation Is A Convulsive, Violent Beating Of The Heart, Often Not Connected With Any Structural Disease Of The Organ. It Sets In Suddenly, The Heart Sounds Are Louder Than Normal, And The Shock Of The Beats Quite Noticeable. The Pulsebeats Are Quickened And Somewhat Irregular, ...

Spaying Ovariotomy
Spaying Ovariotomy. The Spaying Of The Sow Is Not Practiced As At Present As It Was Ten Or Twenty Years Ago. Of Late Years The Operation Has Been Made By The Marketing Of The Sow At The Age Of Six Or Eight Months, Unless It Is In Special Cases. We ...

Sterility Barrenness
Sterility Barrenness Through Some Fault Of The Male Or Female, Both, Conception Does Not Follow As A Result Of Copulation, And The Female Fails To Breed. This May Be Due To A Variety Of Causes, And Is Either Temporary Or Permanent. Sterility Is Less Common In Hogs Than In Most ...

Structural Diseases Of The
Structural Diseases Of The Spleen. Hypertrophy, Atrophy, And Rupture Of The Spleen In Hogs Is Recognized Only On Making 'a Examination. The Latter Condition May Arise From An Injury. Splenic Hypertrophy Is Frequently Associated With High Feeding And Infectious Diseases. Tumors Of The Spleen May Also Cause It To Become ...

Sunstroke Or Heat Stroke
Sunstroke Or Heat Stroke. Hogs, Especially Fat Hogs, When Driven Or On A Very Hot Day, And When Hauled Or Shipped To Market During The Warm Weather, Are Very Apt To Become Affected With The Heat. This Is Due To Their Condition, The Crowded Quarters, And The Lack Of Protection ...

Swine Plague
Swine Plague. Swine Plague Is An Infectious Disease Of Swine Frequently Associated With Hog Cholera. In Some Outbreaks It Appears As A Septicaemia Or Blood Poisoning, But More Often As A Pneumonia Or An Inflammation Of The Lungs And Pleural Membrane, Which Lines The Chest Cavity And Covers The Lungs. ...

The Common Round Worm
The Common Round Worm. Ascaris Suilla - Duj. The Common Round Worm Is A Parasite Of The Small Intestine. Occasionally A Few Of These Worms Drift Along With The Alimentary Matter Into The Large Intestine, But Their Presence Here Is And They Finally Pass Out With The It Is Not ...

The Hog Louse
The Hog Louse. Hrmatopinus Suis - Linnaeus. The Hog Louse Is The Only Common External Parasite Of Swine. As Well As The Largest, It Is The Most Common Louse Found On Domestic And Because Of Its Size And The Thinness Of The Hog's Coat, Can Be Readily Seen. It Is ...

The Kidney Worm
The Kidney Worm. Sclerostonsa Pinguicola - Verrill. Stockmen Are Better Acquainted With The Worms Than They Are With The Kidney Worm. As Its Name Indicates, It Is A Parasite Of The Kidneys And The Fat Surrounding The Kidney Worm Is Not As Common As The Intestinal Forms, And Is Not ...

The Lung Worm
The Lung Worm. Strongylus Paradoxus - Mehlis. The Lung Worm Of Hogs Is Of Greater Economic Importance Than Is Commonly Believed. It Is The Most Common Parasite Of Swine, And When The Are Favorable For Its Development, May Be Present In The Air Passages In Large Numbers And Seriously Interfere ...

The Pin Worm
The Pin Worm. Cesophagostoma Dentatum - Rud. The Pin Worm Is A Very Common Parasite In Hogs. It Is Usually Found In Large Numbers Toward The Of The Large Intestine (caecum And Double Colon), Mixed With The Intestine Contents And The Folds Of The Lining Membrane. It Is A Small ...

The Thornheaded Worm
The Thornheaded Worm. Echinorhynchus Gigac - Goeze. Hogs Are The Only Domestic Animals That Act As Hosts For The Thornheaded Worm. The Species Found In Hogs, In The Adult Stage, Is A Parasite Of The Small Intestine, Sometimes Of The Large, And Is Usually Found Fixed To The Intestinal Wall ...

The Treatment Of Intestinal
The Treatment Of Intestinal Worms. ...

The Whip Worm
The Whip Worm. Trichoccphalus Crenatus - Rud. The Whip Worm Is The Least Common Of The Intestinal Worms Of Hogs. It Is Usually Found In The Beginning Of The Large Intestine (caecum), With Its Head End Firmly Attached To The Lining Membrane. ...

Trichinosis
Trichinosis. Trichinosis Is A Disease Of The Muscular Tissue Of The Body Caused By A Small Round Worm, The Trichina Spiralis (owen). It Occurs In Two Forms In Animals - The Intestinal, Which Represents The Adult Worm Or Perfect Stage, And The Muscular, Which Represents The Larval Stage. From One ...

Tuberculosis
Tuberculosis. The Abattoir Statistics Published By The Bureau Of Animal Industry Show That Tuberculosis Is A Fairly Common Disease Of Swine, And It Is No Doubt On The Increase In This Country, Especially In Dairy Sections, Where The Skim Milk From The Dairy Is Fed To Hogs. Statistics Show That ...

Umbilical Hernia
Umbilical Hernia. Umbilical Hernia Is Usually Congenital. At The Time Ofbirth, The Umbilical Or Naval Opening Is So Large That The Naval Chord Does Not Completely Fill It, And The Omentum, Or A Portion Of The Intestines Pass Through And Take A Position Immediately Beneath The Skin. The Rupture Is ...

Ventral Hernia
Ventral Hernia Scrotal And Umbilical Hernias Are Due To The Of Openings Already Present. All Other Forms Caused By A Break Or Tear In The Abdominal Walls, But Not In The Skin, Are Called Ventral Herniae. Ventral Hernia Is Caused By Injuries To And Pressure On The Abdominal Walls. It ...

Water In The Scrotum
Water In The Scrotum Hematocele Hydrocele. This Condition Is Seldom Met With In Hogs. The Usual Cause Of Fluid Collecting In The Scrotal Sack Is An Inflammation Of The Covering Of The Testicle (tunica Vaginalis). This May Follow As The Result Of An Injury To The Walls Of The Scrotum. ...