Veterinaria Digital - 17/06/2017Petequiae in bird’s esophagus due to aflatoxicosis
Aflatoxins are mycotoxins from the cumarinic group, which means they cause hemorrhagic processes such as capillary hemorrhages in the large muscles and petequiae in the muscular layers of the intestine, myocardia or esophagus (see picture)
Veterinaria Digital - 12/11/2016Aflatoxicosis
Mycotoxins containing the cumin ring in their structure produce a hemorrhagic syndrome in birds.
Veterinaria Digital - 29/11/2015Fatty liver hemorrhagic syndrome
Fatty liver hemorrhagic syndrome has two options: fatty liver syndrome (FLS) and fatty liver hemorrhagic syndrome (FLHS), which can also be called avian steatosis and hemorrhagic avian steatosis. In the photo we can see the lesion caused by FLHS. It...
Veterinaria Digital - 8/03/2015Acute pleuropneumonia
Thoracic cavity with lesions compatible with acute pleuropneumonia. Presence of yellow fibrin in coating the pleura and forming adhesions between lobes and surface costal. Indicates an acute infection by Actinobacillus pleuropnemoniae.
Veterinaria Digital - 13/01/2011Bleeding in Large Muscle
This action is due to aflatoxins have a ring on your estructure. The cumaric effect is the sum of aflatoxins and other toxins in the food contained coumarin.