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Fusariotoxicosis is a mycotoxicosis that occurs when animals eat concentrated, succulent and rough feedstuffs affected by Fusarium fungi.
The most studied are ATA (alimentary-toxic aleukia), zearolenotoxicosis (F-2 toxicosis) and T-2 toxicosis. The disease is characterized by damage to the central nervous system and the cardiovascular system.
All kinds of animals, bird, man are sensitive to mycotoxins.
Clinical signs. In horses, depression, loss of appetite, increased peristalsis, diarrhea mixed with gas and blood bubbles, muscle tremors, emaciation. In large and small horned, general depression, sensitivity reduction, impaired motor coordination, tremor, indigestion, loss of appetite, paresis and paralysis of limbs are noted.
In the blood - leukocytosis, then leukopenia. Abortions are possible. In pigs, pronounced depression, lack of appetite, thirst, vomiting, pain in the abdomen, increased intestinal motility, diarrhea with copious amounts of foam and mucus, frequent urination, difficulty breathing, tachycardia and increased heart beat, muscle tremors and hind limbs are noted. The temperature remains within the normal range.
Treatment. Exclude from the diet of toxic food, appoint a starvation diet, intravenous sodium thiosulfate, glucose solution, hexamethylenetetramine. Caffeine sodium benzoate, corazol or cordiamine is used.
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By fusariotoksikozy include alimentary toxic Aleikia, poisoning "drunk bread." A number of researchers consider the Kashin-Bek's disease (Uriansky disease) as a manifestation of fusariotoxicosis. Alimentary toxic Aleikia. In the pre-war and war years in some areas, there were cases of the disease that occurred after eating foods from overwintered in the field
- Ostrich Fusariotoxicosis
Fusariotoxicosis is a poisoning that occurs as a result of eating fodder affected by toxic fungi of the genus Fusarium. Etiology. Toxic fungi of the genus Fusarium Link are thermostable, resistant to acids and alkalis. Poisoning is caused by the waste products of fungi that accumulate in bread and fodder grains, legumes, and various fruits (toxins - Poin, Fusarine, Sporofusarin
Occurs when used in the feed grain crops affected by the fungus of the genus Fusarium and their decay products, which accumulate in the feed. These toxins are highly resistant to acids, alkaline and high temperatures. Young animals are most susceptible to them, but cases of the disease and adult birds are possible. Signs of the disease of birds appear already during the first days after feeding, and
T-2-toxin is a product of the vital activity of the fungi of the genus Fusar-ium, therefore, until the end of the 60s, toxicosis caused by this mycotoxin was diagnosed as fusaryotoxicosis. Many authors studied the study of fusariotoxicosis in our country (A. Kh. Sarkisov, 1948; M. I. Salikov, 1956; NA Spe-sivtseva, 1966; I. A. Kurmanov, 1960–1971, and others). Clinic of fusariotoxicosis in large
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- Vizer V.A. Lectures on therapy, 2011
On the subject - almost completely cover the difficulties in the course of hospital therapy, issues of diagnosis, treatment, as described, concise and readily accessible. Allergic diseases of the lungs Diseases of the joints Reiter's disease Sjogren's disease Bronchial asthma Bronchoectatic disease Hypertensive heart disease Glomerulonephrasafasditis Esophageal hernia Destructive lung diseases
- ALLERGIC DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
In recent decades there has been a significant increase in the number. patients with allergic diseases of the bronchopulmonary apparatus. Allergic diseases of the lungs include exogenous allergic alveolitis, pulmonary eosinophilia, medicinal
- Exogenous allergic alveolites
Exogenous allergic alveolitis (synonym: hypersensitive pneumonitis, interstitial granulomatous alveolitis) is a group of diseases caused by intense and, rarely, prolonged inhalation of antigens of organic and inorganic dusts and are diffuse, unlike pulmonary eosinophilia, damage to alveolar and interstitial structures. The emergence of this group
1. General measures aimed at separating the patient with the source of antigen: compliance with sanitary requirements at the workplace, technological improvement of industrial and agricultural production, rational employment of patients. 2. Drug treatment. In the acute stage - prednisone 1 mg / kg per day for 1-3 days, followed by a decrease in dose
- CHRONIC EOSINOPHIL PNEUMONIA
It differs from Leffler syndrome by a longer (over 4 weeks) and severe course, up to severe intoxication, fever, weight loss, the appearance of a pleural effusion with a high content of eosinophils (Lehrer-Kindberg syndrome). A long course of pulmonary eosinophilia, as a rule, is the result of a short-term, thorough examination of the patient in order to identify its cause. In addition to the reasons
- PULMONARY EOSINOPHILIA WITH ASTMATIC SYNDROME
This group of diseases can be attributed to bronchial asthma and diseases with a leading bronchostatic syndrome, which are based on other etiological factors. These diseases include: 1. Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis. 2. Tropical pulmonary eosinophilia. 3. Pulmonary eosinophilia with systemic manifestations. 4. Hyper-eosinophilic
1. Respiratory Diseases: A Guide for Physicians: In 4 volumes. Edited by N.R. Paleev. T.4. - M .: Medicine. - 1990. - pp. 22-39. 2. Silverstov V.P., Bakulin MP Allergic lesions of the lungs // Wed. med. - 1987. - №12. - P.117-122. 3. Exogenous Allergic Alveolitis, Ed. A.G. Khomenko, St.Muller, V.Schilling. - M.: Medicine, 1987. -
- BRONCHOECTATIC DISEASE
Bronchiectasis is an acquired (in some cases congenital) disease characterized by a chronic suppurative process in the irreversibly modified (expanded, deformed) and functionally defective bronchi mainly of the lower lung. ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS. Bronchiectasis is congenital in 6% of cases, being a defect of fetal development, a consequence of
- CLASSIFICATION OF BRONCHOECTASES
(A.I. Borokhov, N.R. Paleev, 1990) 1. By origin: 1.1. Primary (congenital cysts) bronchiectasis. 1.1.1. Solitary (solitary). 1.1.2. Multiple. l..l-Z. Cystic lung. 1.2. Secondary (acquired) bronchiectasis. 2. According to the form of bronchial enlargement: 2.1. Cylindrical. 2.2. Bagular. 2.3. Spindly. 2.4. Mixed. 3. By severity
1. Diseases of the respiratory system. A guide for physicians ed. N.R. Paleev. - M .: Medicine, 1990. - TZ, T.4. 2. Okorokov A.N. Treatment of diseases of internal organs: Practical guidance: In Zt. TI - Min. Vysh., Belmedkniga, 1997. 3. Harrison, TR Internal illnesses. - M .: Medicine, T.7,
- DISEASE (SYNDROME) REUTERS
Reiter's disease (Reiter's syndrome, Fissenzhe-Leroy syndrome, urethro-oculo-synovial syndrome) is an inflammatory process that develops in most cases in close chronological connection with infections of the urogenital tract or intestines and manifested by the classic triad of urethritis, conjunctivitis, arthritis. Most often, young (20-40) men who have had urethritis are ill. Women, children and the elderly
- ILLNESS (SYNDROME) SHEGREN
The combination of dry keratoconjunctivitis, xerostomia and chronic polyarthritis was described in so much detail by the Swedish ophthalmologist Sjögren (Shegren, 1933), which soon attracted the attention of clinicians from various countries to this very peculiar clinical phenomenon, although individual observations of this triad or individual manifestations of secretory glandular insufficiency were described further. Behind