2021
DOI: 10.1590/1809-6891v22e-67849
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Bianca Paola Santarosa,
Danilo Otávio Laurenti Ferreira,
Soraya Regina Sacco Surian
et al.

Abstract: Abstract Obstructive urolithiasis is common in farmed sheep and has a multifactorial etiology, but inadequate nutritional management is considered the most relevant condition for its occurrence. The objectives of this study were to verify the influence of two diets with different concentrations of calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) on the development of obstructive urolithiasis, and to describe the clinical and anatomopathological findings of the urinary system in sheep. Thirty male crossbred Santa Inês and Ile d…

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