Pathological study on occurrence of various lesions on organs of gastro-intestinal tract of broilers in Jammu
Navrose Sangha and Shilpa Sood
Nearly all of the necropsied birds had digestive tract abnormalities. Numerous lesions were discovered in the oesophagus, proventriculus, gizzard, liver, pancreas and colon. These lesions included congestion, haemorrhages, edema, degeneration, necrosis and acute and chronic inflammation. In 80.22% of cases, the intestines were affected. Liver was affected with one or the other lesion in 71.83% birds while, gizzard was affected in 8.86% cases and pancreas in 2.84% of cases. Oesophagus was found to be affected in 3% of the necropsied birds. It is advised to use improved management techniques to reduce the likelihood of sickness and the resulting financial losses from morbidity and mortality in grill chickens. The data produced by this study should be used as a baseline for subsequent research to ascertain the molecular prevalence of several diseases in Jammu's broiler population.
How to cite this article:
Navrose Sangha and Shilpa Sood. Pathological study on occurrence of various lesions on organs of gastro-intestinal tract of broilers in Jammu. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 1531-1536.