Clinical Cases:

Necrotic Enteritis

Definition: One of the Clostridial Diseases Characterized by Passing of blood stained dropping (Bloody Diarrhea)

Cause: Clostridum Perfringes

Signs:

  • Passing of blood stained dropping (Bloody Diarrhea)
  • Closed Eyes

P.M lesions:

  • Enteritis
  • Congestion and Desquamation of Intestinal mucosa
  • No lesions in liver or spleen

Isolation:

  • Need 37 c —> Grow in blood agar media —> Double zone of hemolysis

Treatment:

  • Treated with pinicillin of amoxycillin

Note: Necrotic Enteritis is always Accompanied with Coccidia due to weakness of intestinal wall

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