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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Intestinal pathology in sheep: Investigating diarrhoea and its underlying causes

Author(s):
Rahul Kumar Sharma, Gunjan and Goverdhan Singh
Abstract:
The goal of the current study was to look at the pathology of sheep with diarrheal stools in their intestines. 22 sheep who had died with a history of diarrhoea underwent post-mortem, and a total of 22 samples were collected for additional histological analysis. In 22 cases, there was gross intestinal congestion, 11 cases had both haemorrhages and congestion, 2 cases had necrotic enteritis, 4 cases had haemorrhagic enteritis, and 5 cases had suppurative enteritis. Congestion, Necrotic enteritis, catarrhal enteritis, haemorrhagic enteritis, and suppurative enteritis were all visible under a microscope. Necrotic enteritis is distinguished by the necrosis of villi, infiltration of leucocytes in mucosa, primarily eosinophils, and formation of diphtheritic membrane.
Pages: 2351-2354  |  218 Views  129 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Rahul Kumar Sharma, Gunjan and Goverdhan Singh. Intestinal pathology in sheep: Investigating diarrhoea and its underlying causes. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 2351-2354.

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