Peritonitis — inflammation of peritoneum Peritonitis — inflammation of peritoneum. It can be local or diffuse
Blepharitis and conjunctivitis in turtles is Most common cause of acute and podtropolis inflammatory diseases of the eye in turtles is banal microflora
Piroplasmosis Piroplasmosis is a protozoan disease of canids and dogs, in particular, acute and chronic
Coccidiosis of rabbits, and Rabbits exposed to parasitic diseases of the digestive system. Coccidiosis causes enteritis that intensive course leads to rapid exhaustion and death
Pharyngitis in animals in animals Pharyngitis — inflammation of the pharynx. More often catarrhal, rarely croupous, diphtheritic, phlegmonous pharyngitis.
Obesity in animals Obesity in animals is a multifactorial and polyetiological disease, which is accompanied by the accumulation of excess adipose tissue in the body.
Ulcerative pododermatitis In rabbits especially with more weight or those that are kept on inappropriate litter — a wire grid or hard wood, you may experience changes in the paw
Stomatitis Stomatitis in animals in animals — inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth. There are acute and chronic stomatitis, primary and secondary.
Acute gastritis Acute gastritis is an inflammation of blockinglock. The causes of acute gastritis can be as infectious agents: viruses (parvovirus), bacteria, parasites (Physaloptera spp) or irritating substances (poisoning)
Fading syndrome or the sudden death of puppies the Main factors rapid death of the puppies in early or late neonatal period is associated with herpes virus infection, infectious hepatitis dogs
Obesity in birds high-calorie diets can cause disorders in the development of birds
The pecking of birds Sometimes birds rasklepyvajut from each other selected areas of the body (the cloaca, a part of the intestine), pull out the pen and eat the eggs.
Aperios and alopecia in birds Lack the plumage of birds when changing juvenile feather is called arteriosum; alopecia Universalis — total or partial feather loss in adult birds without subsequent recovery.
Koprostaz in rabbits Motility of the gastrointestinal tract in rabbits is governed by the adrenal glands, so the animal strassenjunge can cause stasis
Cystitis in rabbits and other mammals — often takes a chronic form, if the treatment was performed incorrectly or insufficient early
Microcystic Anatomically nasolacrimal duct (particularly its proximal segment) in rabbits passes very close to the nasal cavity and the roots of incisors and premolars
Tumors in rabbits Old rabbits are prone to various tumors, including lymphoma and myeloma
Hepatotoxicity commonly encountered in domestic animals liver disease with different etiology, accompanied by severe degenerative changes
Newborn dyspepsia Dyspepsia newborns — ostrobramskaya non-communicable disease that occurs as a result of violations of conditions and feeding pregnant animals and of the rules of rearing
Acute parenchymatous hepatitis, Acute parenchymatous hepatitis — inflammation of the connective tissue stroma of the liver
Purulent nephritis (pyelonephritis) Purulent nephritis (pyelonephritis) — purulent inflammation of the renal pelvis and kidney. Register all kinds of animals, but more often in cattle.
Cholelithiasis Cholelithiasis is characterized by formation of stones in the gallbladder and ducts of the liver
Acute nephritis and chronic nephritis When inflammation prevails in the glomeruli (glomerulonephritis) or interstitial tissue (interstitial nephritis)
Nephrosis a disease with predominantly degenerative changes of direct and convoluted tubules in the form of amyloid, fatty degeneration
Tracheitis and bronchitis in animals, the Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the trachea (tracheitis) and bronchi (bronchitis)
Viral rhinotracheitis cats Viral rhinotracheitis is an acute viral infection, accompanied by acute rhinitis, conjunctivitis, ulcerative keratitis and fever.
Pleurisy in animals adrift distinguish acute and chronic, origin — primary and secondary, the nature of the pathological process
In animals laryngitis inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx (laryngitis) with the flow is an acute and chronic,
Pericarditis inflammation of the serous lining of the heart, fibrinous, sero-fibrinous, hemorrhagic or purulent in nature
Rhinitis in animals the flow can be acute or chronic, the nature of inflammation — catarrhal, croupous and follicular
White muscle disease in lambs heavy lambs disease, characterized by profound disturbances of metabolic processes in the body
Haemophilus polyserositis Acute is characterized by an elevation of body temperature to 40.5—41,5°With, by oppression, feed refusal
Edema disease of piglets (colienterobacterial) In typical cases, the disease syndromes with symptoms of agitation and brief seizure early in the disease and the development of paresis and paralysis later
Rotavirus infection of pigs Is an acute contagious disease of pigs, occurring with lesions of the gastrointestinal tract
Transmissible gastroenteritis of pigs This is an acute, highly contagious, enzootics occurring disease of pigs, characterized by a primary lesion of the gastrointestinal tract
African swine fever an infectious, very contagious, accompanied by a high fever, symptoms of acute toxicosis, hemorrhagic diathesis in organs and tissues, high mortality disease
Dermatitis caused by Malassezia fungus the fungus is a regular inhabitant of the skin and mucous membranes of many animals and birds. In certain circumstances the fungus can cause inflammatory processes on the skin
Common scab of rabbits Disease of rabbits, caused by Psoroptes cuniculi mites of the family Psoroptidae
The eimeriosis of rabbits is of Greater importance in veterinary medicine such diseases as eimeriosis of rabbits, which infects rodents aged mostly up to 4-5 months
Viral hemorrhagic disease of rabbits Acute, highly contagious disease characterized by symptoms of hemorrhagic diathesis in all organs
The dirofilariasis is a parasitic disease of carnivores caused by a nematode of the genus Dirofilaria of the family Filariidae
Sipunculans animals (lice) a disease of carnivores that occur when parasitizing on the body of the host insects Linquatus setosus from the order Siphunculata
Trichodectes (flashed) Trichodectes or malliakos — parasitic disease of dogs caused by blasedale Trichodectes canis
Animal diseases associated with vitamin deficiency Diseases, which develop due to the deficiency of vitamins called hypovitaminosis (mild) and beriberi (severe degree)
Cracked skin nipples are the result of not caring for the udder, incorrect milking (milking plucking), metabolic disorders
The narrowing of the teat canal in cows hypertrophy of the sphincter nipple channel, the scars after wounds the top of the nipple and inflammatory processes
Heart disease or chronic endocarditis in animals deformation of the valve apparatus of the heart with circulatory disorders
Myocarditis acute and chronic inflammation of the heart muscle with the development of exudative-proliferative and degenerative-necrotic changes