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Decalcification

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Atlas of Pathology

VD - 8/07/2019

Coltsfoot eggs

Calcification of the eggshell occurs along the oviduct, by deposited minerals from the blood, which have previously been extracted from the bones. Several consecutive episodes of heat and hyperventilation can impoverish the calcium content in the bones....


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Veterinaria Digital - 17/07/2016

Eggs in coltsfoot

Coltsfoot is called eggs without adequate calcification of the shell. The etymology derives from the word "falgalala" expression that was used in the Iberian Peninsula between the eighth and fifteenth centuries to describe an internal fabric of an egg.


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 9/02/2015

Deformation of the eggshell by infectious bronchitis

The avian infectious bronchitis virus has affinity for the bronchial, kidney and oviduct epithelia. The infection causes loss of flexibility of the epithelium of the oviduct and hardened folds leave their mark on the shell during the process of...


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