CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ANATOMOPATHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS IN MALABSORBTION SYNDROME FROM BROILERS

Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. 19 ISSUE 4
Written by PETREC OANA, BUCUR IULIA, FLUERASU L., STANCU A.

Avian reovirosis are contagious infection diseases found in broiler chickens and turkeys, raised in intensive sistem. The brolier carcasses were biweekly necropsied , which were collected from two herds in which the disease developed. The presence of malabsorbtion syndrome was confirmed by RT-PCR and ELISA test. At the necropsied chickens were found following macroscopic lesions: deformed feather wings, underdeveloped bones, deformations coasts, necrosis of the femoral head and proventriculitis. Histological lesions present in the proventriculus, small intestine and liver, disrupting the digestion process of feedingstuffs, that explaining the clinical evolution and failure spore by weight in broiler chickens, and histological lesions present in stock Fabricius explains the immunosuppression phenomenon existing in these chickens.

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PETREC OANA, BUCUR IULIA, FLUERASU L., STANCU A. 2013, CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE ANATOMOPATHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS IN MALABSORBTION SYNDROME FROM BROILERS. Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. 19 ISSUE 4, PRINT ISSN 2065-1318, 117-118.

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