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Veterinaria Digital - 30/03/2020

Avian Infectious toxic hepatoenteritis

Avian Infectious toxic hepatoenteritis: this infection is transmitted vertically and characterized, among other lesions, by bacterial hepatitis, with black-greenish lesions in the liver caused by bacteria from the yolk, which is not absorbed and was...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 23/03/2020

Urates in the heart

Urates in the heart: some disorders lead to renal failure and, consequently, accumulations of urates  in different viscera. Usually, they accumulate in the kidneys first, and later in other organs such as the heart, as observed in the picture. In the...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 17/03/2020

Ear Necrosis in Pigs

Ear necrosis in pigs: this syndrome usually takes place in weaned and fattening pigs, between 10 and 40 kg. Lesions start with a superficial vesicular dermatitis that can become hemorrhagic and cause deep necrotic ulcers with ischemia. It is a...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 10/03/2020

Lesions by trichothecenes in broilers

Lesions by trichothecenes in broilers. Trichothecenes are mycotoxins of the sesquiterpene group. These lesions are caused by necrosis by contact in different areas of the digestive tract. In the intestine, lesions because of microvilli loss and yellowish...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 3/03/2020

Avian necrotic enteritis

This enteritis, caused by Clostridium perfringens, causes high mortality and, macroscopically, enlarged intestines can be observed, with liquid to bloody content. Necrosis can be observed from the outside, and, in the internal part of the mucosa, there...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 25/02/2020

Bone fractures by heat stress in poultry

Bone fractures by heat stress. In high temperature periods, layers increase the respiratory rate to decrease body temperature, which leads to a decrease of the CO2 blood levels. To recover these levels, the calcium carbonate in blood increases and there...


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