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Corneal layer gizzard

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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 10/06/2018

Mycosis in the gizzard

The presence of filamentous fungi, resistant to acid, of the genera Aspergillus, Fusarium or Penicillium, can cause several superficial abrasions on the corneal layer. Then, fungi produce hyaline filaments in the internal part. The presence of these...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 13/03/2017

Typhlitis due to infectious toxic avian hepatorenteritis

Typhlitis is a lesion related to the infection of the yolk sac by SH2 bacteria, Greenish content and gas can be observed inside the intestine and caecum.


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 18/02/2017

Lesions in gizzard by formaldehyde

The use of formaldehyde in the food as a salmonicide can cause internal burns by the exothermic reaction that occurs with contact to the hydrochloric acid of gizzard.


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 11/02/2017

Injury in gizzard due to toxic hepato enteritis infectious

In the evolution of toxic hepato enteritis infectious there is a regurgitation of yolk content towards gizzard. This also leads to the entire causative bacteria and can cause greenish lesions in the cornea layer from the 15th day of incubation.


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 3/12/2016

Lesions of gizzard by formaldehyde

The use of salmonids based on formaldehyde in food is prohibited in many countries, but not in all of them and that is why increasingly more often produce pathologies such as shown in the photos.


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 11/09/2016

Clogged bile ducts in toxic Hepatoenteritis infectious avian

Bile canaliculi and intrahepatic channels are a suitable habitat for growth of whole bacteria from the intestine or the yolk, resistant to bile acids. In this anatomical settlement (to safeguard antibiotics except those with liver whole cycle, without...


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