Blogs / Atlas of Pathology Renal aflatoxicosis in goats 10/06/2019 Author: Veterinaria Digital 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. Image courtesy of the Toxicology Department of Universidad de Córdoba. Tags: PREVIOUS NEXT Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Our blogs Picture of the week Corporate culture Editorial Atlas of Pathology Inter Videre Technonews In Memoriam Scientific News Main Pathologies Transparency Technical Queries It may interest youAspergillosis in birds15 January, 2024Excellence at your service15 December, 2023Pronutrients, a scientific novelty investigated by Biovet15 December, 2023Glässer disease13 November, 2023Rapid transit in broilers6 November, 2023 Related articles Haemolytic Germs in Poultry Patology Diagnostic clues in avian pathology – Infectious and parasitic Biotechnology: Protects animal health Hyperpigmentation of the eggshell Related news Contamination mycotoxins in pig feed in Asia. Most important pathologies in poultry farming and salmon production Quarterly Avian pathology II: South-East Asia by: Veterinaria Digital Biovet S.A. in Yinan.