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Defoliation of the intestinal mucosa

Defoliation of the intestinal mucosa: Trichothecenes are mycotoxins that cause necrosis in the digestive mucosa, especially in the intestine. Defoliation begins in the duodenum and affects the entire intestine. A detachment of the epithelium is observed and it leads to the formation of an orange jelly, which is eventually excreted separately from the faeces. Biotin deficiency in the diet can exacerbate the problem.

19/01/2021 Author: Veterinaria Digital

Defoliation of the intestinal mucosa

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