Okay, thank you. Sorry again for the delay, I was offline for supper. There are two conditions that fit her symptoms, Fatty liver syndrome and campylobactriosis. There are no effective treatments for campylobacteriosis, but you may be able to pull her through, if this is fatty liver syndrome, restricting her feed, substituting bran for part of the usual ration of corn (1/4 to 1/2), feed brewer's yeast (one quarter teaspoon daily), dried molasses(1/2 teaspoon daily), feeding alfalfa and other dark green leafy plants (Swiss chard, spinach, cilantro, carrot or beet tops, etc), and using a supplement containing biotin may help. Diseases that consume biotin may underlie this condition in which case, she may still pull through, but the responsible condition must usually be found and treated to prevent relapses. The two diseases can often be differentiated only on post-mortem examination. If the cause is campylobacteriosis, star-shaped lesion may be observed on the liver, the liver may be greenish, swollen as may be the kidneys and spleen. Blindness, swollen joints and watery or foamy yellow or clear diarrhea can also be present. In the case of fatty liver, the prognosis is guarded, if it's coampuylobacteriosis, the prognosis is quite poor. Hopefully you can pull her through with dietary changes and additions, and if you should have any further questions, please let me know.
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