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Veterinaria Digital - 5/08/2017

Injury caused by Salmonella in swine

Salmonella infection in pigs is mainly due to S. cholerasuis, S.typhimurium and S.thyphisuis and comes from diarrheal materials from other pigs, rodent excrement or contaminated food. These are microorganisms that infect the cells of the mucosa causing...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 22/07/2017

Pneumonia by A. pleuropneumoniae

A. pleuropneumoniae is a microorganism which growth depends on the presence of blood factor V. for this reason, its isolation and laboratory diagnosis is difficult if appropriate culture media is not used.


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 21/05/2017

Streptococcal infection in pigs

Porcine streptococcal infection is caused by Streptococcus suis, a frequent saprophyte of pigs' respiratory, reproductive and digestive tracts, which needs environmental and immunosuppressive causes to cause disease (this is also why antibiotic...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 13/05/2017

Porcine pneumonia

Porcine pneumonia caused by Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae, previously referred to as Haemophilus pleuropneumoniae, causes different symptoms depending on the age of the affected animals and the severity of the infection of other immunosuppressive...


Blogs

Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 25/03/2017

Porcine Necrotic Enteritis 2

The growth of Clostridium perfringens type C products of whole toxin type B is the cause of the most severe hemorrhagic enteritis in pigs. It is a sporulated bacterium that resists heat treatments and that through its toxin causes the destruction of...


Blogs

Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 22/05/2016

Swine estrogenic síndrome of zearalenone

Increased pollution by the Fusarium fungi, due to genetic selection of seeds resistant of Aspergillus flavus has been followed by food contamination by toxins.


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