FIELD CASE DISCUSSION

Case History: 

Age: 6 weeks, Breed: Cobb 500 , Flock Size: 6000

Mortality : 20-30-25-20-40-15-10-50

Clinical signs and symptoms:

-Sluggish, reluctant to move   – dies with the leg stretched resting on dorsal part

-Decrease in feed and water Intake

Post-Mortem findings:

Pin point and Ecchymotic Hemorrhages on the duodenal loop visible from outside (note the spots)
Multifocal granulomas in chronic pneumonic lungs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Epicardial Hemorrhages, fibrin deposition in Heart , –Fatty liver changes and
Sever nephritis with visible distended nephrones filled with urates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Hemorrhages in junction between Gizzard and Proventriculus, -congestion of spleen

 

 

 

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