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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 26/07/2021

Septicemia in broiler

Several factors can cause dysbiosis and alter the tight junctions of the intestinal epithelium. This facilitates the passage of multiple bacteria and their toxins to the bloodstream which cause septicemia. A common sign in cases of septicemia in broilers...


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Veterinaria Digital - 15/10/2018

Pericarditis

Septicemia is frequent in birds because of their lack of a regional lymph system. This allows the entrance of microorganisms to anatomical areas of a difficult access, such as the pericardial space. If the bacterium finds the nutritional properties in...


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Veterinaria Digital - 20/05/2018

Petechiae 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. 


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Veterinaria Digital - 18/03/2018

Avian 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...


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Veterinaria Digital - 7/01/2018

Septicemic renal foci in porcine clostridiosis

Clostridiosis starts in the intestine, though sometimes it can cause multiorganic lesions as a consequence of a septicemia.


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Veterinaria Digital - 16/12/2017

Avian septicemia

The presence of petechiae in fat located on birds' femorotibial muscle is a pathognomonic lesion for avian septicemia.


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