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Clostridium

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Main Pathologies

Jerson Andrés Cuéllar Sáenz - 26/05/2022

Clostridium diarrhea in pigs: What are its characteristics?

Diarrhea in pigs can be caused by species of Clostridium bacteria which produce toxins that cause enteric lesions.


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 27/05/2019

Necrotic enteritis and enzymes

Feed enzymes deficiency causes the presence of undigested feed as shown in the photo and, consequently, the growth of Clostridium.


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 20/05/2019

Avian necrotic enteritis

The anomalous litter intake (pica) can lead to - apart from infestations caused by the intake of Alphitobius larvae - infections caused by Clostridium perfringens. This microorganism can also proliferate in the gut when there is presence of undigested...


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Technonews

Technonews VD - 26/02/2019

Effect of an intestinal microbicide (cimenol ring) against Clostridium perfringens in enterocyte cultures

The cimenol ring is an intestinal microbicide of a botanical origin with broad bactericidal and fungicidal activities that have been proved to be useful for the prevention and treatment of necrotic enteritis caused by Clostridium perfringens (CP). The...


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Technonews

Technonews VD - 16/01/2019

Cimenol ring reduces Clostridium perfringens CFU in culture plates

Introduction The cimenol ring is an intestinal microbicide of a botanical origin with broad bactericidal and fungicidal activities that has been proved to be useful for the prevention and treatment of necrotic enteritis caused by Clostridium perfringens...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 3/12/2018

Friable liver

Toxins secreted by Clostridium perfringens in the gut, coming from the fermentation of indigestible proteins or from recycled slaughter material, destroy hepatic tissues. As a consequence, liver is destroyed when it receives a soft mechanic traction.


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