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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 20/01/2020

Avian mycoplasmosis

Despite mycoplasmosis causes characteristic respiratory signs initially, Mycoplasmas synoviae can become systemic, depending on the trophism of the strain, and reach the joints, where it stays and causes infections synovitis.


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Technonews

Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 17/12/2019

Effect of immunostimulant pronutrients on vaccine immunity against IBD, IBV and ND

Effect of immunostimulant pronutrients on vaccine immunity against Avian infectious bursitis, or Gumboro disease (IBD), Avian infectious bronchitis (IBV) and Newcastle disease (ND)


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Technonews

Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 18/11/2019

Evaluation of the effects of liver conditioner pronutrients on production parameters in broilers

The continued use of pharmacologically active substances together with the high growth rate at which birds are subjected in industrial poultry prevents the proper development and functioning of bird´s organs. The liver is responsible for the...


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Technonews

Dr. Ekaitz Maguregui - 4/11/2019

Intestinal optimizer and liver conditioning pronutrients againts chemical coccidiostats

The intensification of poultry has made necessary to use chemical coccidiostats, due to the great productive effort to which birds are subjected. However, the continued use of these chemicals presents certain drawbacks arising from their metabolization,...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 4/11/2019

Gas in the ceca

The presence of gas in the ceca has usually a bacterial origin. Nevertheless, it might also be linked to parasites, specially Capillaria


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Main Pathologies

Dra. Maria Soriano - 28/10/2019

Mycoses in Poultry

This article will review the symptoms and lesions, diagnosis and control of the most frequent avian mycoses in poultry farming: aspergillosis, candidiasis and mucormycosis.


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