A RETROSPECTIVE CASE STUDY OF MACROSCOPIC AND MICROSCOPIC ASPECTS IN AN OUTBREAK OF AVIAN CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS
Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. 19 ISSUE 4
Written by Bogdan George Rosu, Gabriel PREDOI, Constantin VLAGIOIU, Stefania RAITA, Petronela Rosu, A. POPOVICI, Bogdan GEORGESCU, Florica BARBUCEANU
Avian campylobacteriosis is an infectious disease found in many species of birds, manifested by general disorders and decreased egg production and pathologically by the presence of necrotic foci in the liver and lesions of catarrhal, catarrhal-hemorrhagic or necrotic fibrin enteritis.Samples were represented by 20 corpses of birds that necropsy was performed. Depending on the pathological changes encountered were harvested organ pieces that have been processed by histological staining method trichromic and Pappenheim staining method.This paper presents the issues encountered histopathological harvest organs from birds to Campylobacter jejuni has been identified, in 2008, at the Avicola Crevedia. Because the cytohistopatological changes observed are not specific infection with Campylobacter spp., study will continue through the optimization of immunohistochemical techniques for detection of this bacterial injury.