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


RUPTURE OF THE GASTROCNEMIUS TENDON IN BROILER PARENTS

Fig. 1. Haemorrhagies (arrow) between
the tendon (a) and the tendon
sheath (b), H/E, Bar = 50 µm.

Fig. 1. Haemorrhagies (arrow) between the tendon (a) and the tendon sheath (b), H/E, Bar = 50 µm.

 
Fig. 2. Resolving haematoma (a) and
fibrous tissue growth (b), H/E, Bar =
35 µm.

Fig. 2. Resolving haematoma (a) and fibrous tissue growth (b), H/E, Bar = 35 µm.

 
Fig. 3. Macrophages (siderocytes)
(arrow) among the neocollagenous
connective tissue, H/E, Bar = 30 µm.

Fig. 3. Macrophages (siderocytes) (arrow) among the neocollagenous connective tissue, H/E, Bar = 30 µm.

 
Fig. 4. The ends (a) of ruptured tendon,
embraced by the newly grown
connective tissue (b), H/E, Bar = 50
µm.

Fig. 4. The ends (a) of ruptured tendon, embraced by the newly grown connective tissue (b), H/E, Bar = 50 µm.

 
Fig. 5. Axial necrosis (а) of the gastrocnemius
tendon; (b – intact tendinous
tissue), H/E, Bar = 30 µm.

Fig. 5. Axial necrosis (а) of the gastrocnemius tendon; (b – intact tendinous tissue), H/E, Bar = 30 µm.

 
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