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Avian mycosis

Some filamentous fungi are resistant to acid compartments, such as the gizzard. This is the case of some fungi, such as Aspergillus, Fusarium or Penicillium, which can cause superficial erosions in the corneal layer of the gizzard. When the corneal and muscular layers of the gizzard are separated, hyaline filaments are observed, that correspond to the growth of these fungi.

8/02/2022 Author: Veterinaria Digital

Avian mycosis

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