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Veterinaria Digital - 12/08/2017

Avian Infectious Toxic Hepatoenteritis

Yolk infection in chickens  produced by enterobacteriaceae producing type IV toxins manifests in the liver lthrough inflammation and discoloration.


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Veterinaria Digital - 13/03/2017

Typhlitis due to infectious toxic avian hepatorenteritis

Typhlitis is a lesion related to the infection of the yolk sac by SH2 bacteria, Greenish content and gas can be observed inside the intestine and caecum.


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Veterinaria Digital - 11/02/2017

Injury in gizzard due to toxic hepato enteritis infectious

In the evolution of toxic hepato enteritis infectious there is a regurgitation of yolk content towards gizzard. This also leads to the entire causative bacteria and can cause greenish lesions in the cornea layer from the 15th day of incubation.


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Veterinaria Digital - 31/07/2016

Regressed ovary of breeder hen

Liver or chronic respiratory infectious processes can evolve through a septicemia infections and finally to ovarian hepatization of a tissue and involution. This ovarian pathogenesis is always accompanied by its own symptoms, involution of the crest and...


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Veterinaria Digital - 12/06/2016

Toxic Hepatoenteritis infection

The image shows the three basic lesions: (1) below is a green sphere attached to the abdominal wall. It is the rest of the infected egg yolk. (2) In the center of the photo there are two green sections of intestine corresponding to the blind intestines...


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Veterinaria Digital - 26/01/2015

Avian infectious toxic Hepatoenteritis: Yolk and black points

Yolk microorganisms, usually entherobacteria SH2 +, infect the intestine during incubation can reach up to the gizzard. In this organ produce lesions that clinically described as "black points" although often have a dark green color.


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