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pulpy kidney


Medical Definition of pulpy kidney

  1. :  a destructive enterotoxemia of lambs caused by a bacterium of the genus Clostridium (C. perfingens) and characterized by softening and degeneration of the kidneys and often by accumulation of fluid about the heart—called also pulpy kidney disease

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