Discussion created on March 25, 2018
Are these liver spot indicating fowl cholera?
Discussion created on June 15, 2017
These lesions are commonly observed in broilers.
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May it be viral shedding or something?
Diffuse haemmorhage might be NE
Photos published on May 28, 2017
Are these liver spot indicating fowl cholera??
Thank you for presenting such a informative article. How can I differentiate low pathogenic avian influenza from fowl cholera by post mortem examination.
P M LESONS are that of septicemia such as cooked up appearence of liver withnecrotic foci on the whole surface,some times bleached liver mimicking afllotoxicosis,enlarged spleen,cogested lungs,pin point haemorrhages on heart;enlargement of sternal bursa ,severe congestion of duodenum,catarhal enteritis ofsmall intestines,ruptured ovaries and ovarian contents in the abdomen ,among all pathognomoni ...
Very elaborate description of fowl cholera.nice pictures.its occurrence in broiler breeder is common.Hot, humid ,marshy areas are more proven &some time becomes endemic.In acute & chronic cases hock joint swelling in males is alarming.In post mortem lesion along with septicaemia consolidation of lungs is common.Affected lungs sinks in water. Sulpha +novobiocine works well in treatment.vaccination ...
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Photo posted on May 11, 2017
Hemorrhags in last portion of intestine