Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences

Research Article
Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci. 8(11): 1175-1179
Figure 1

Frequency percentage of liver condemnation and losses during four seasons. 

Figure 2

Prevalence % of different causes of liver condemnation along four seasons (1 year). 

Figure 3

Gross appearance of cross sectioned condemned liver with fascioliasis showing. (a) Fasciola parasite in the bile duct which appeared enlarged, thickened, and fibrosed; (b)Whitish foci on the surface of the liver with size varied from 0.5 to 1.5 cm in diameter. 

Figure 4

Photomicrograph of condemned Liver (H and E X 200) showing. (a) Fascioliasis; note the Fasciola parasite in the hyperplastic thickened wall bile duct; (b) Biliary cirrhosis; note the hyperplastic bile duct, newly formed bile ductules, fibrous connective tissue proliferations, and mononuclear cells infiltrations; (c) Lobular Cirrhosis; note the diffuse fibrous connective tissue proliferation among the hepatic lobule and infiltrated with mononuclear cells; (d) Massive liver degeneration and necrosis with atrophied hepatocytes and multifocal areas of mononuclear cells infiltration.