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Pseudomonas

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Veterinaria Digital - 3/06/2018

Avian hepatic abscesses by Pseudomonas

Desert areas are frequently used, by poultry industries, to build farms. Apart from the difficulties derived from the temperature changes between night and day and the accumulation of non-recycled litter, where many coleoptera colonies of the genus...


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Veterinaria Digital - 8/04/2018

Pseudomonas’ nodules in rearing birds

The presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa is becoming more frequent in avian pathology. This microorganism has an increasing resistance to antibiotics and disinfectants. For this reason, its vertical and horizontal transmission make it an emerging infection.


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Veterinaria Digital - 8/11/2014

Infectious Sinusitis of turkey

Infectious sinusitis in turkeys is an infectious disease caused by one or more microorganisms, that causes swelling of the infraorbital sinuses , purulent nasal discharge usually brown and high fever ( ruffled feathers ) . Although Mycoplasma...


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Veterinaria Digital - 2/11/2014

Hepatoenteritis toxic avian infectious

Piocianico pigment production in the yolk affects the intestinal contents and if the infection spreads to other organs such as the liver, could be found a yellow-green color of the organ in neonate broilers.


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Veterinaria Digital - 13/10/2014

Liver affected by Avian infectious toxic hepatoenteritis in newborn broiler

Pyocyanin pigment production in the vitellus has an impact on the intestinal content, and if the infection spreads to other organs, like the liver, a yellow-greenish coloured liver could appear in new born broilers.


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