Differential diagnosis between micotoxicosis and the use of wrong enzymes
The presence of undigested food in the intestine may have two causes:
(1) necrosis of the intestinal mucosa by trichothecenes causing defoliation in mucosa and the presence of undigested food. In upper intestine on the image we can notice one orange jelly from mucosa necrosis and undigested food.
(2) the absence of suitable exogenous enzymes also causes the presence of undigested food in the lower intestine, as shown on the image, but this time the mucosa remains intact and therefore no orange jelly can be seen.