Signalment:9-day-old female Holstein calf
History:Farm has lost approximately 5 calves in the past week.
Gross Lesions:Within the abdominal cavity and predominantly cranially, there is approximately 5L of a light yellow, opaque, and sweet smelling liquid with abundant gelatinous light yellow to white clots. There are adhesions between serosal surfaces around the duodenum, pancreas, forestomachs, and liver, which form multiple pockets filled with the described fluid and clots. The abomasal mucosa is pale red, and the abomasal folds are mildly expanded by clear edema; there are three approximately 1.5 x 0.3 x 0.2 cm depressed areas coated with light brown material in the mucosa (ulcers).