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Veterinaria Digital - 17/06/2019

Hepatitis by Shigella

Shigella infection follows the same pattern of that of Salmonella. Vertical transmission through the yolk (anatomical proximity of the liver and the ovary), enteritis and cantonment in the bile ducts (white dots). Its prevention should be based on the...


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Veterinaria Digital - 10/06/2019

Renal aflatoxicosis in goats

The ingestion of aflatoxin B1 at a dose rate of 80 µg/kg of feed for 50 days causes lesions in the renal parenchyma, which looks inflamed and reddened.


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Veterinaria Digital - 3/06/2019

Hemorrhages in the adductor muscles

Findings in the slaughterhouse related to muscular hemorrhages need a differential diagnoses between the presence of mycotoxins in feed - such as aflatoxin B1, B2 and sterigmatocystin - and lesions caused by an incorrect functioning of the stunning...


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Veterinaria Digital - 27/05/2019

Necrotic enteritis and enzymes

Feed enzymes deficiency causes the presence of undigested feed as shown in the photo and, consequently, the growth of Clostridium.


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Veterinaria Digital - 20/05/2019

Avian necrotic enteritis

The anomalous litter intake (pica) can lead to - apart from infestations caused by the intake of Alphitobius larvae - infections caused by Clostridium perfringens. This microorganism can also proliferate in the gut when there is presence of undigested...


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Veterinaria Digital - 13/05/2019

Hydro salpingitis

It is common to find hydro salpingitis in birds vaccinated against infectious bronchitis (I.B.) on farms located on migratory bird routes. It is a consequence of infections by wild virus of I.B., which do not produce side effects due to the vaccine but...


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