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Veterinaria Digital - 26/07/2021

Septicemia in broiler

Several factors can cause dysbiosis and alter the tight junctions of the intestinal epithelium. This facilitates the passage of multiple bacteria and their toxins to the bloodstream which cause septicemia. A common sign in cases of septicemia in broilers...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 6/07/2021

Enteritis in broiler

Enteritis in boiler: Dysbiosis, which is very common in poultry, lead among other pathologies, to enteritis of different degrees. Many times, these are non-specific enteritis, and their origin can be multiple. Recently, there are frequent reported cases...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 29/06/2021

Enzyme deficiency in broilers

The use of cereals in poultry feed usually requires the addition of certain exogenous enzymes that help carbohydrate digestion. This is due to structural deficiencies of the digestive mucosa, or due to an insufficient production of endogenous enzymes....


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 21/06/2021

Hepatic aflatoxicosis in goats

Aflatoxin B1 causes hepatomegaly and alterations in the liver function. Specifically, the ingestion of this mycotoxin in concentrations of 80 µg/kg of feed for 50 days, as in the attached clinical case, causes these lesions, as well as an increase in...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 14/06/2021

Intestinal lesions in pigs

In the image, we can observe a clinical case of haemorrhagic enteritis/colitis, and the possible causes may be, among others: coccidiosis, porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome, swine dysentery or haemorrhagic syndrome. For the differential...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 31/05/2021

Joint infection in broiler

This is a frequent infection in poultry. Initially, birds show lameness and even an inability to stand up. It is necessary to verify the origin of the infection. If the infection comes from the skin or footpads, Staphylococcus is usually the causative...


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