Pathomorphology of spontaneously occurring hepatic affections in buffaloes of North Gujarat

@inproceedings{Raval2013PathomorphologyOS,
  title={Pathomorphology of spontaneously occurring hepatic affections in buffaloes of North Gujarat},
  author={Samir H. Raval and Lalita Kaul and Dilip V Joshi and Bhumika Jayantilal Patel and Brajesh Priyadarshi and J. G. Patel},
  year={2013}
}
In the present study, hepatic lesions were observed in 171 (13.48%) out of 1269 buffaloes screened at slaughter houses. Among these lesions, hydatidosis was encountered in 51 (4.02%) followed by fatty liver (33; 2.60%), haemorrhage (29; 2.29%), necrosis (26; 2.05%), biliary amphistomiosis (13; 1.02%), cirrhosis (8; 0.63%), fascioliosis (6; 0.47%), abscess (4; 0.32%) and tumour (1; 0.08%). Hydatidosis was the principle factor causing the damage to the liver parenchyma and important cyclozoonosis… CONTINUE READING

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