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Veterinaria Digital - 25/10/2021

Infectious Bronchitis in broiler

Infectious Bronchitis in broiler: this disease is caused by an avian coronavirus that can have a tropism for the bronchi, kidney and oviduct. In the image we can observe hydrosalpingitis and kidney inflammation. This disease can be transmitted by wild...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 20/10/2021

Pseudomonas infection in broilers

In the case of this image, both greenish liver and a part of the intestine were observed in broilers. The isolated microorganism was Pseudomonas, a green pigment-producing bacteria, which matches the observed lesions and signs. Also, microbial isolation...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 13/10/2021

Avian hepatitis

Certain types of bacterial hepatitis are caused by more than one microorganism, as in the case of the image, where Salmonella, E. coli and Streptococcus were isolated. The infection can come from the intestine of the bird itself, although sometimes the...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 27/09/2021

Toxicity lesions in broilers

This image shows a blackish proventriculus and friable liver in broilers. There are 3 main causes for this: histamine toxicity derived from the amino acid histidine in some protein concentrate (fish meal, meat meal or blood derived products); toxicity...


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 20/09/2021

Avian shigelosis

Avian shigelosis: In addition to the liver, Shigella sp. can reach other organs such as the ovaries and spleen. In these locations, an greenish infected ovary can be seen, as well as a white spotty spleen, due to the infection by Shigella sp.


Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 2/09/2021

Infectious bronchitis in layers

In certain cases of infectious bronchitis (IB), respiratory process or alterations in the quality of the egg are not found, since the hens are protected thanks to the vaccination. However...


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