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Testicular superficial nodules

Testicular superficial nodules
Veterinaria Digital | 31 DEC 2017 - 00:00

20% of dead breeders have superficial nodules of unknown origin in their testicles. Same lesions were observed in higher percentages in other breeder strains.

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Avian septicemia

Avian septicemia
Veterinaria Digital | 17 DEC 2017 - 00:00

The presence of petechiae in fat located on birds' femorotibial muscle is a pathognomonic lesion for avian septicemia.

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Intra-abdominal laying

Intra-abdominal laying
Veterinaria Digital | 10 DEC 2017 - 00:00

The existence of a physical barrier along the oviduct (due to salpingitis or another physical cause) can lead to eggs falling into the abdominal cavity. With time, it dehydrates, calcifies and adheres to the abdominal wall or the gut, causing, from this moment, other secondary disorders.

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Avian omphalitis

Avian omphalitis
Veterinaria Digital | 03 DEC 2017 - 00:00

The internalization of the vitellus (yolk) takes place during the few hours prior to hatching. This process is done through the navel. In case of vitellus infection, the healing of the navel slows down and we can see a naval such as the one in this picture.

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Avian necrotic enteritis

Avian necrotic enteritis
Veterinaria Digital | 27 NOV 2017 - 00:00

Clostridium is a telluric organism, resistant to high temperatures, that is introduces to the food chain and colonizes the birds´ intestine. An excess of undigested protein promotes its proliferation.

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