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Veterinaria Digital - 15/07/2019

Aflatoxin hepatitis in goats

The ingestion of contaminated food with 80 μg of aflatoxin B1 per kg for 50 days causes liver inflammation - left side of the liver.

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VD - 8/07/2019

Coltsfoot eggs

Calcification of the eggshell occurs along the oviduct, by deposited minerals from the blood, which have previously been extracted from the bones. Several consecutive episodes of heat and hyperventilation can impoverish the calcium content in the bones....

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Veterinaria Digital - 1/07/2019

Unilateral lameness in poultry

The appearance of unilateral lameness - mostly on the left side - is a symptom that accompanied by green vitellus weighing more than 7% of body weight, makes it possible to diagnose avian infectious toxic hepatoenteritis produced by SH2 + enterobacteria.

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Veterinaria Digital - 24/06/2019

Hepatic coccidiosis in rabbits

Hepatic coccidiosis in rabbits is caused by an infestation by Eimeria stiedai protozoa. This parasite colonizes the bile ducts forming granulomas. It is necessary to make a differential diagnosis with intestinal coccidiosis (produced by Eimeria...

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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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