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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 9/05/2024

Newcastle disease in broilers (ND)

Highly contagious disease, characterized by clinical signs in the digestive system and neurological symptoms. In the viscerotropic form, hemorrhagic lesions are observed, highlighting those of the gizzard...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 24/05/2023

Fatty liver in broilers

There are multiple factors capable of generating liver stress, which when chronic, produces structural damage to the organ with loss of functionality...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 23/05/2023

Mycosis in the gizzard

The poor quality of the feed observed in past months has caused an increase in digestive mycoses. These are processes frequently caused by fungi (Aspergillus, Penicillium, Fusarium) that come from feed...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 17/04/2023

IBV kidney lesions in broilers

Infectious bronchitis is presenting high levels of prevalence in 2023. Some strains of this virus have tropism for kidney tissue, where they cause nephrosis. Differential diagnosis is necessary with other pathologies such as ochratoxin or aflatoxin...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 7/10/2022

Yellowish diarrhea in piglets

This type of diarrhea is common in piglets between 10 days and two weeks of age. In addition to yellowish and watery feces, weak animals are observed, with delayed growth and higher mortality rates.


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 8/08/2022

Avian coccidiosis by E. Tenella

Coccidiosis is a parasitic disease caused by protozoa of the genus Eimeria. The 8 most frequent Eimeria species in hens are: E. acervulina, E. brunetti, E. Hagani, E. maxima, E. mitis, E. necatrix, E. praecox and E. tenella.


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