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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Prevalence and pathomorphology of circulatory disturbances in goat lung

Author(s):
S Dariya, R Dadhich, K Jaidiya, S Meena, V Galav and M Agrawal
Abstract:
A total of 630 slaughtered or spontaneously dead goats were screened. Circulatory disturbances were observed in 46 (12.67%) cases out of 363 lungs examined that included pulmonary haemorrhage, congestion and edema. Pulmonary congestion and edema 37 (10.19%) and pulmonary haemorrhage was encountered in 9(2.47%) cases. Grossly, areas of congestion and haemorrhages were observed throughout the lung. Edematous lungs were pale and heavy. Microscopically, areas of haemorrhage in the alveolar spaces were noticed. Eosinophilic homogenous fluid was noticed in the alveoli of edematous lung.
Pages: 1002-1004  |  160 Views  83 Downloads
How to cite this article:
S Dariya, R Dadhich, K Jaidiya, S Meena, V Galav and M Agrawal. Prevalence and pathomorphology of circulatory disturbances in goat lung. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 1002-1004.

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