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1 July 1997 Abnormal Antler Growth Associated with Testicular Hypogonadism in Red Deer
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A wild 5-yr-old red deer (Cervus elaphus) was culled from a privately owned herd because of deformed antlers, retained velvet and bilateral symmetrical testicular hypogonadism. The clinical and pathological changes seen in this deer were most consistent with congenital hypoplasia, but testicular atrophy was an alternative possibility for the etiology of their condition.

L. Carrasco, Y. Fierro, J. M. Sánchez-Castillejo, J. Hervás, J. Pérez, and J. C. Gómez-Villamandos "Abnormal Antler Growth Associated with Testicular Hypogonadism in Red Deer," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 33(3), 670-672, (1 July 1997). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-33.3.670
Received: 10 August 1996; Published: 1 July 1997
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