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Enterobacteria

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Main Pathologies

Dra. Maria Soriano - 18/10/2019

Porcine necrotic enteritis

Porcine necrotic enteritis is a severe and usually lethal disease that affects the intestinal tract of piglets. It is an enterotoxaemia produced by Clostridium perfringens, characterized by a necro hemorrhagic intestinal mucosa. Necrotic enteritis is a...


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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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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 29/04/2019

Typhlitis with gas in infectious toxic hepatoenteritis

The infection caused by SH2-producing bacteria reaches the ceca and causes gas accumulation. After some days, the infection is calcified and produces a casein internal mould.


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Technonews

Technonews VD - 24/04/2019

In vitro evaluation of the medium and long-term efficacy of the cimenol ring as a feed preservative

The aim of this study was to demonstrate the efficacy of a compound based on cimenol ring as a fungicide for balanced feed stored over a long period of time (up to 6 months)


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 21/01/2019

Enteritis by Shigella

When working in clinical veterinary, signs other than organic lesions should be taken into account. Relevant information may be obtained by observing and analysing the farm’s environment – odours, ammonia, humidity; by looking at bird’s...


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