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Veterinaria Digital - 28/09/2020

Blood in faeces caused by trichothecenes

Blood in faeces caused by trichothecenes: When the presence of blood in the faeces is due to lesions caused by trichothecenes, the blood appears separated from the faeces, contrary to what happens when the origin of the haemorrhage is different. In...

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Veterinaria Digital - 21/09/2020

Eggshell defects

It is common to find different types of eggshell defects. They usually occur as a consequence of bacterial  or viral salpingitis. The latter is more common, and causes longitudinal striations on the eggshell. However, bacteria usually cause irregular or...

Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 17/08/2020

Lung and kidneys affected by IBV in hens

Infectious bronchitis is a typically respiratory disease that causes respiratory problems and decreased performance in laying hens. In the necropsy, accumulations of mucus in the airways and congestive lungs can be observed (right image). Some strains of...

Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 10/08/2020

Hemorrhagic enteritis in pigs

Animals with hemorrhagic enteritis show hyperthermia, abdominal pain and hemorrhagic diarrhea in severe cases. Different agents have been described as causative of this disease, such as spirochetes, but most opinions indicate that several microorganisms...

Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 3/08/2020

Gizzard lesions by mycosis

Gizzard lesions by mycosis: Mycoses are often caused by Aspergillus, Penicillium and Fusarium, fungi present in the feed; or are a consequence of an excessive use of antibiotics. Necrotic lesions can be observed in the gizzard corneal layer, together...

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Veterinaria Digital - 27/07/2020

Gizzard lesions by trichothecenes

Gizzard lesions by trichothecenes: Trichothecenes are mycotoxins that cause necrosis in contact with tissues. They belong to the sesquiterpene group and are produced by fungi of the Fusarium genus. The picture shows necrosis of the gizzard corneal layer,...

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