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Research (Published online: 14-06-2014)

9. Studies on rumen magnet usage to prevent hardware disease in buffaloes - O. S. Al-Abbadi, A. M. Abu-Seida and S. M. Al-Hussainy
Veterinary World, 7(6): 408-411



   doi: 10.14202/vetworld.2014.408-411


O. S. Al-Abbadi: Ministry of Agriculture, Veterinary Hospital at Nineveh, Iraq;

A. M. Abu-Seida: Department of Surgery, Anesthesiology & Radiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza, PO-12211, Egypt;,

S. M. Al-Hussainy: Ministry of Agriculture, Veterinary Hospital at Nineveh, Iraq;

Received: 04-04-2014, Revised: 09-05-2014, Accepted: 15-05-2014, Published online: 14-06-2014


Corresponding author:  Ashraf M. Abu-Seida, email:,

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