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Technonews

Technonews VD - 8/10/2019

Intestinal conditioner and optimizer pronutrients as treatment against necrotic enteritis in turkeys

Intestinal conditioner pronutrients enhance the enterocytes regeneration and indeed improve intestinal membrane integrity. Intestinal optimizer pronutrients boost gut local immunity.


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 7/10/2019

Duodenal foam

The presence of foam in the duodenum is indicative of a possible infestation by ascaris or heterakis. As the process goes on, the size of the bubbles increases and the abdominal fat  becomes orangeish.  Confirmation through coprological analysis is...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 1/10/2019

Trichothecenes

Trichothecenes. Blood in faeces caused by trichothecenes appears sepprately from the faeces and the urates.


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 30/09/2019

Porcine Necrotic Enteritis

The growth of Clostridium Perfringens type C, which produces enterotoxin type B, causes the most severe hemorrhagic enteritis in pigs.This sporulating bacteria is resistant to heat treatments and causes the destruction of the intestinal microvilli due...


Technonews

Veterinaria Digital - 24/09/2019

Nutrient adsorption by Silicoglycidol

Mycotoxins are metabolites secreted by fungi, as part of their reproductive strategy, capable of causing alterations on animals when they are present in feed. There is a large variety of mycotoxins, produced by different fungi species and responsible for...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 23/09/2019

Avian caecal coccidia by Eimeria tenella

Avian caecal coccidia by Eimeria tenella. Infests and destroys the caecal epithelium, produces 4 sporocysts with 2 sporozoites each and is transmitted directly or though intermediary carriers such as Alphitobius.


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