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Histopathology and Cytology of
Poultry Diseases
By Ivan Dinev, DVM, PhD


SALMONELLOSES

Fig. 1. Pullorum disease. Perivascular
proliferative inflammatory focus in
the liver, consisting mainly of histiocytes
and single epitheloid cells (arrow).
H/E, Bar = 25 µm.

Fig. 1. Pullorum disease. Perivascular proliferative inflammatory focus in the liver, consisting mainly of histiocytes and single epitheloid cells (arrow). H/E, Bar = 25 µm.

 
Fig. 2. Fowl typhoid. Areactive fibrinoid
necrosis (N) in the liver. H/E, Bar
= 40 µm.

Fig. 2. Fowl typhoid. Areactive fibrinoid necrosis (N) in the liver. H/E, Bar = 40 µm.

 
Fig. 3. Fowl typhoid. Periarteriolar
fibrinoid necrosis (N) in the spleen.
Marked cell reaction in the periphery
of the necrotic foci involving lymphocytes,
histiocytes and single granulocytes.
H/E, Bar = 50 µm.

Fig. 3. Fowl typhoid. Periarteriolar fibrinoid necrosis (N) in the spleen. Marked cell reaction in the periphery of the necrotic foci involving lymphocytes, histiocytes and single granulocytes. H/E, Bar = 50 µm.

 
Fig. 4. Fowl typhoid, hen. Mononuclear
inflammatory cell proliferate in
the myocardium (arrow). H/E, Bar =
30 µm.

Fig. 4. Fowl typhoid, hen. Mononuclear inflammatory cell proliferate in the myocardium (arrow). H/E, Bar = 30 µm.

 
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