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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

Pathological studies on spontaneously occurring liver conditions of goats (Capra hircus) in southern region of Rajasthan

Author(s):
Pravin Kumar Purohit, Kamal Purohit, Goverdhan Singh, Anita Rathore and Dushyant Dev Bhal
Abstract:
The liver is one of the main metabolic organs and, as such, is positioned between the digestive tract and the systemic circulation. Liver is affected by systemic disease conditions and bacterial pathogens. Also, some of the diseases liken hydatidosis of the liver have public health importance. As the liver is an edible organ that is highly priced, partial or total condemnation of liver leads to financial losses. of 14.98% (n=37), followed by Congestion 12,96% (n= 32), Chronic hepatitis 11.34% (n=28), Hepatic Abscess 8.91% (n=22), Cysticercosis 6.07% (n=15), Acute Hepatitis 5.67% (n=14), Cloudy Swelling 4.86% (n=12), haemorrhage 4.45% (n= 11), Fatty Changes 4.05% (n=10), Hydatid cyst 3.64% (n=9), Hydropic degeneration 2.02 (n=5), Telangiectasis 2.02 (n=5), Bile duct hyperplasia 2.02 (n=5), Hemosiderosis 0.81% (n=2), Amyloidosis 0.81% (n=2). The incidence of parasitic conditions recorded was 24.70% (61 cases).
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How to cite this article:
Pravin Kumar Purohit, Kamal Purohit, Goverdhan Singh, Anita Rathore and Dushyant Dev Bhal. Pathological studies on spontaneously occurring liver conditions of goats (Capra hircus) in southern region of Rajasthan. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 85-91.

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