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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 22/02/2021

Coccidiosis by E. acervulina and enteritis in broilers

Coccidiosis by E. acervulina and enteritis in broilers: This Eimeria species develops in duodenum, where it causes lesions that, despite the fact that they do not markedly increase mortality, produce a notable deterioration in productive performance. It...


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Main Pathologies

MV. Júlia Pié Orpí - 31/03/2020

Coccidiosis in Turkeys

Coccidiosis in turkeys is a digestive disease of importance, not only because of its direct consequences, which include diarrhea, growth retardation and worsening of the feed conversion, but also because it represents an entrance gate for other...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 2/09/2019

Coccidiosis by Eimeria mitis in poultry

Coccidiosis by Eimeria mitis preferentially affects the distal portion of the small intestine, as it can be seen in the picture. In many cases it occurs in joint infestations with Eimeria brunetti and Eimeria acervulina, and tends to be a predisposing...


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Technonews VD - 5/03/2018

Study of the efficacy of intestinal optimizer pronutrients against a chemical coccidiostat in broiler chickens

In a trial carried out by the BAU (Bangladesh Agricultural University) the efficacy of intestinal optimizer pronutrients on the Feed Conversion Rate (FCR) and growth in broiler chickens was studied, comparing its effectiveness with that of a chemical...


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Veterinaria Digital - 11/02/2018

Biotin deficiency and Eimeria acervulina

Biotin deficiency in feed is one of the main causes of intestinal mucosa's poor integrity.


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Veterinaria Digital - 2/09/2017

Mixed infestation of Eimeria acervulina and Eimeria maxima

The different species of Eimeria produce lesions in specific intestinal anatomical parts. For this reason, it is relatively easy to identify, clinically, the specie of Eimeria causing coccidiosis based on the damaged area.


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