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Veterinaria Digital - 12/02/2019

Serologic diagnosis of porcine nephropathy and dermatitis syndrome

Porcine nephropathy and dermatitis syndrome is a disease caused by Actinobacillus suis. Apart from clinical diagnosis in the farm, a rapid serologic test can be performed based on the reaction of antigen with animal serum. The picture shows a positive...

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Veterinaria Digital - 4/02/2019

Thoracic nodules and hepatitis by Shigella

Like Salmonella, Shigella tends to form thoracic nodules. However, unlike Salmonella, Shigella nodules are normally located on the chest wall, as shown in the picture.

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Veterinaria Digital - 28/01/2019

Avian hepatitis by Shigella

Avian infections caused by Shigella have become an emerging pathology in 2018.

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Veterinaria Digital - 21/01/2019

Enteritis by Shigella

When working in clinical veterinary, signs other than organic lesions should be taken into account. Relevant information may be obtained by observing and analysing the farm’s environment – odours, ammonia, humidity; by looking at bird’s...

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Veterinaria Digital - 14/01/2019

Avian hepatic lesions

These lesions are observed as an emerging pathology in breeder hens. Clinically, they correspond to histomoniasis but they have a different colour and size. Also, there are doubts in the etiology due to the frequent isolation of Cochlosoma.

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Veterinaria Digital - 7/01/2019

In vitro necrotic enteritis

Healthy enterocytes can be observed in the upper part of the picture. In contrast, in the lower part the number of enterocytes is lower, due to the pathogenic effect of Clostridium. The spherical formations with a bright halo correspond to Clostridium,...

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