Preparation of the cadaver and opening the coelomic cavity necropsy technique in poultry Extraction of the internal organs Extraction of the internal organs Fig. Unlike mammals, birds do not have two cavities, thoracic and abdominal, but just one internal cavity called the coelomic cavity, where most of the vital organs are found. To open the coelomic cavity, make a cut in the area located below the breast using a pair of scissors fig. Next, make two small lateral cuts until reaching the ribs, and with the help of the bone cutting forceps cut the ribs in the cranial direction fig. This is the precise moment to assess the presence of diverse exudates and the condition of the air sacs, as on the removal of the organs these will most likely break.
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Her teaching and research focus on animal pathology, more specifically avian pathology. Her latest research projects have dealt with avian viral diseases: avian infectious bronchitis, Gumboro disease and avian influenza. She has published more than 80 articles in international journals and participated in many seminars and congresses in Spain and elsewhere. She has supervised 10 PhD theses on topics related to veterinary pathology.
She has also taught training courses in avian pathology. Her research focused on viral diseases and on Campylobacter, with research projects at a national and European level. After two years, she joined the MSD Animal Health team, where she currently works as a technical specialist in poultry. She has published more than 20 articles in international scientific journals and has participated as a speaker at numerous poultry seminars, courses and congresses on poultry, both in Spain and elsewhere.
Necropsy technique in poultry Previous aspects to keep in mind Objectives of the necropsy Selection of animals for necropsy Methods of euthanasia Necropsy equipment Characteristics and stages of the necropsy technique External examination and sampling of the bird in vivo Preparation of the cadaver and opening the coelomic cavity Extraction of the internal organs Study and evaluation of the internal organs Study of the head: evaluation of the nasal cavity and brain Study of the musculoskeletal system: evaluation of the nerves, joints, bones and muscles 2.
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