In piglets suffering from natural coccidiosis, post-mortem examination showed that pathological changes induced by Isospora suis were evident from day 7 to day 14 of life, and particularly, by days 9 and 10. Macroscopically, the changes were manifest as enteritis varying from catarrhal to pseudomembraneous form. Microscopically, they consisted of more or… (More)
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