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Fig. 1 | BMC Veterinary Research

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From: Polysplenia syndrome with duodenal and pancreatic dysplasia in a Holstein calf: a case report

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Six-month-old Holstein calf with polysplenia syndrome. a Initial findings of calf with right abdominal distension. b Schema of left lateral view of abdominal organ locations. Left of panel, cranial to body; upper, dorsal. 1, esophagus; 2, liver; 3, gall bladder; 4, rumen; 5, reticulum; 6, omasum; 7, abomasum; 8, pylorus; 9, duodenum; 10, jejunum; 11, ileum; 12, cecum; 13, proximal loop of colon; 14, spiral loop of colon; 15, distal loop of colon; 16, transverse colon; 17, descending colon; 18, rectum; 19, ventral spleen; 20, dorsal spleen; 21, pancreas; 22, left kidney

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