Atlas of Pathology Blog
Atlas of Pathology blog addresses pathologies suffered by poultry, pigs, fish and cattle in farms all over the world, in a very visual way. Through high-quality photographs, it is a useful tool for veterinarians, veterinary students and veterinary pathologists. It also introduces the main approaches to spot more frequent diseases, describes pathologies and visualizes them with photographs. It is a precise and objective source of the causes and effects of the main diseases affecting the poultry, swine, cattleÂ and aquaculture sector.Â The blog is directed by a scientific group of Biovet S.A.
Veterinaria Digital - 18/11/2019Porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome
Porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome In newborn piglets the bladder is surrounded by umbilical embrionary arteries (that will later convert to the suspensory ligaments of the bladder). Next to this arteries, there are the lymph nodes infected by...
Veterinaria Digital - 12/11/2019Omphalitis in porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome
Porcine dermatitis and nephropathy syndrome is an infection, of global distribution, with vertical transmission caused by Actinobacillus suis. The first lesion is omphalitis. This limits blood circulation and reduces the size of the piglet.
Veterinaria Digital - 14/10/2019Trichothecenes
Trichothecenes cause necrosis in contact with tissues and are found in feed contaminated with Trichothecium, they all have a common sesquitherpene group. The necrosis of the intestinal mucosa leads to secondary pathologiesÂ such as bone decalcification...
Veterinaria Digital - 7/10/2019Duodenal 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 fatÂ becomes orangeish.Â Confirmation through coprological analysis is...