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Poor quality fats

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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 26/08/2019

Avian hemorrhagic fatty liver

The incorporation of poor quality fats into poultry feed, together with high energy parameters, can cause fatty degeneration of the liver. This organ has a friable consistency and initially develops petechiae that will later become hemorrhagic fatty...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 19/08/2019

Effect of poor quality fats on egg internal quality

Egg albumin is a gel made of protein and water. If the liver's ability to produce albumin is diminished by the presence of free radicals in feed fats, or fat acidity in the feed, it affects the intestinal absorption of amino acids. Therefore, it will...


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Veterinaria Digital - 3/07/2016

Internal egg quality

The egg white ovalbumin is a gel formed by protein and water. The quality of the outer layer of the egg albumin is linked to albumin in blood and is with the ability to synthesize protein. While there may be other causes, such as aging egg, liquefaction...


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Veterinaria Digital - 25/10/2015

Fatty liver in laying hens

The Fatty Liver Disease in laying birds also called hepatic lipidosis or fatty liver degeneration and can be studied in two clinical forms: Fatty liver syndrome and fatty liver hemorrhagic syndrome.


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Veterinaria Digital - 28/06/2015

Avian steatosis

Avian steatosis is a liver inflammation with hepatomegaly, derived from fat intake of poor quality, the imbalance energy / protein in the diet or the presence of toxic, chemical or biological origin, in feed.


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