Necrotic enteritis in poultry

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Necrotic Enteritis (NE): Postmortem Findings

What is Necrotic Enteritis (NE)?

Necrotic Enteritis is the bacterial disease that caused by Clostridium perfringenes which are gram positive, rod shaped, obligate anaerobic, CHO fermenting bacteria.

there are fives types A,B,C,D E & each types produce toxin like alpha, gama, beta, epsilon etc. But in poultry A & C causing Necrotic Disease & Enterotoximia in poultry.

Its most common characteristics is ubiquitous that are found in soil, dust, litter & commonly found in poultry feed ingredients like maize, soya cake, fish meal, rice polish, rye, bajra, rice glutan etc.

Postmortem Findings
Necrotic enteritis, clostridium infection, enterotoximia in popultry, NE, NE in popultry
Intestinal Corrugation is the common feather of the NE specially duodenum & later part also
Necrotic enteritis, clostridium infection, enterotoximia in popultry, NE, NE in popultry
multi focal necrosis of liver when toxin produce by C.perfringenes
Necrotic enteritis, clostridium infection, enterotoximia in popultry, NE, NE in popultry
Brush point haemorrhage & thickened in duodenum wih NDat NDV
Necrotic enteritis, clostridium infection, enterotoximia in popultry, NE, NE in popultry
Pin point haemorrhage just outer part of duodenum with coccidiosis NE
Necrotic enteritis, clostridium infection, enterotoximia in popultry, NE, NE in popultry
Pin point haemorrhage & thickened just inner part of duodenum with coccidiosis NE
Necrotic enteritis, clostridium infection, enterotoximia in popultry, NE, NE in popultry
Hemorrhage in cecum along with coccidiosis
Necrotic enteritis, clostridium infection, enterotoximia in popultry, NE, NE in popultry
Eggs d\follicles turn tan yellowish color when birds became anaemic caused by NE

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