The small intestines are unopened. The numerous white foci, 1-2 mm in diameter each comprise an area in the mucosa where there is a severe infection of epithelial cells. The reddened, hyperaemic intestinal wall indicates that an acute inflammatory process is also present.
Metadata assigned by Prof. R.C. Tustin, Professor Emeritus: DVTD. His academic and professional experience includes: veterinarian for 54 years,
senior lecturer at UP for 7 years, head of Department at UP for 17 years and Veterinary Council for 3 years.
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