Veterinaria Digital - 20/05/2018Petechiae in avian septicaemia
Petechiae in avian septicaemia. This is a specific lesion that should be clinically distinguished from haemorrhages in the muscular tissue caused by coumarinic mycotoxins or virosis.Â
Veterinaria Digital - 18/03/2018Avian speticaemia
The lack of regional lymph nodes, similar to those of the mammals, leads to the development of septicaemia in birds. In addition to other symptoms such as fever, or lesions such as pericarditis and perihepatitis, the presence of petechiae in the thigh's...
Veterinaria Digital - 14/01/2017Petechiae due to septicemia
Although, clinically it is labeled as coli bacillary septicemia lesions, petechiae in the thigh fat of birds, corresponds only to septicemia
Veterinaria Digital - 15/10/2016Avian septicemia
The petechiae thigh fat in birds, even it can be confused with aflatoxicosis is a defining injury of septicemia entire bacteria, mainly E. coli. Almost always it is presented as triad with airsacculitis and enteritis.
Veterinaria Digital - 24/01/2016Injuries by the Aeromonas hydrophila in aquaculture
The infection of Aeromonas hydrophila causes at organizational level the subcutaneous hemorrhagic lesions in the intestines and stomach as well as in the ventral wall in both organs.
Veterinaria Digital - 19/01/2016Aeromonas hydrophila infection of a fish
Aeromonas hydrophila is a Gram negative bacterium mainly found in salt and fresh water, it is highly resistant to medicines, chlorine, and temperature changes (4 to 40). Infects fish and frogs, and produces enterotoxin. The most prominent external injury...