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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 22/12/2020

Campylobacter hepatitis

Usually, Campylobacter is part of the intestinal microflora of birds, and it does not cause any type of disease. However, in recent studies, some species of this microorganism have been isolated in liver, associated with a liver syndrome characterized...


Blogs

Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 1/04/2019

Toxic liver

The purplish to greenish colour and rounded borders are indicators of a liver that has been suffering from intoxication for a long period. The third indicator is an increase in the tissue’s consistency. This situation makes blood circulation...


Blogs

Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 26/11/2018

Hepatitis by Shigella

Shigella forma parte parte del grupo de enterobacterias con transmisión vertical y asentamiento hepático en las aves.


Blogs

Main Pathologies

Dra. Maria Soriano - 14/11/2018

Avian Coccidiosis

Avian coccidiosis is a parasitic disease of global importance in aviculture due to its negative effects on production and development of birds. The name of this disease is used as a general term to describe clinical signs and lesions caused by protozoa...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 22/07/2018

Avian hepatitis by Shigella

White lesions on the hepatic parenchyma are clinically related to a Shigella infection. 


Blogs

Technonews VD - 9/04/2018

Study of the efficacy of intestinal optimizer pronutrients to prevent coccidiosis without replacing chemical coccidiostats

In a trial carried out in Cartagena, in the Atlantic coast of Colombia, the efficacy of intestinal optimizer pronutrients to prevent coccidiosis was evaluated, especially during the third week, maintaining the anticoccidial chemical treatment on top.


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