Veterinaria Digital - 22/12/2020Campylobacter hepatitis
Usually, Campylobacter is part of the intestinal microflora of birds, and it does not cause any type of disease. However, in recent studies, some species of this microorganism have been isolated in liver, associated with a liver syndrome characterized...
Veterinaria Digital - 13/10/2020ShigellaÂ infection in the liver
ShigellaÂ infection in the liver: Infectious toxic hepatoenteritis is a vertical infection that can be produced by different enterobacteria, such asÂ Shigella, which causes bacterial hepatitis with livers where hypertrophied lobes and whitish...
Nicarbazin toxicity - 22/07/2019Nicarbazin toxicity
The pigmentation of the eggshell is due to the deposit of porphyrins that come from the recycling of materials produced in the destruction of aged erythrocytes. A liver injury caused by the toxicity of nicarbazin, which is present in layers feed,...
Veterinaria Digital - 1/07/2019Unilateral lameness in poultry
The appearance of unilateral lameness -Â mostly on the left side - is a symptom that accompanied by green vitellus weighing more than 7% of body weight, makes it possible to diagnose avian infectious toxic hepatoenteritis produced by SH2 + enterobacteria.
Veterinaria Digital - 24/06/2019Hepatic coccidiosis in rabbits
Hepatic coccidiosis in rabbits is caused by an infestation by Eimeria stiedai protozoa. This parasite colonizes the bile ducts forming granulomas. It is necessary to make a differential diagnosis with intestinal coccidiosis (produced by Eimeria...
Veterinaria Digital - 17/06/2019Hepatitis by Shigella
Shigella infection follows the same pattern of that of Salmonella. Vertical transmission through the yolk (anatomical proximity of the liver and the ovary), enteritis and cantonment in the bile ducts (white dots). Its prevention should be based on the...