Article published the August 3, 2021
Fred Hoerr likes this technical article:
The identification of mild to moderate gizzard erosions (GE) in more than 20- 30% of the healthy commercial broilers examined in post mortem sessions, is commonly found in several countries in the Americas and Asia.The gizzard, also called muscular stomach, is composed of a koilin (keratenoid) layer and an underlying mucosa. GE is characterised by damage in the form of erosions that can become ulc ...
Article published the October 6, 2017
The ongoing transfer of science and technology is a defining feature of the efficiency and success of commercial poultry production. Meeting the nutritional, environmental, and health needs of every bird is key to realizing genetic potential and providing for well-being. To monitor and quickly identify developing problems, basic knowledge and skills in pathology are learned by almost everyone invo ...
Participation in Forum on August 3, 2016
On histopath it looks like the bacterium in lesions of ulcerative enteritis in quail.
Participation in Forum on May 3, 2015
I agree with the differential list above. In addition, check for transmissible viral proventriculitis.
This could be mycotoxin hot spots going thru the feed lines.
Participation in Forum on December 3, 2014
If an obvious nutritional component has been ruled out, reovirus should be assessed by histopathology and virus isolation. Collect tendon groups and heart for histopathology; the same tissue can be used for virus isolation or PCR.
Article published the December 18, 2013
Histology is the normal microscopic anatomy of organs and tissues. Histopathology is microscopic pathology, involving altered structure, composition and function of organs and tissues. Pathologists identify organ and tissue abnormalities at the macroscopic, microscopic, and molecular levels in order to diagnose disease and define the mechanism by which disease may be occurring (pathogenesis) ...
Participation in Forum on July 2, 2013
This image does not have lesions that are pathognomonic for LT.
Article published the October 12, 2010
Intestinal integrity for commercial poultry can be defined as the maintenance of intestinal health to enable the expression of the full genetic potential for growth and yield and to fully utilize the dietary nutrients. Evaluation of intestinal integrity in broiler production involves multiple approaches that involve assessment of production records, clinical examination of the flock, necropsy exam ...
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