A case report of Mycotoxicosis due to TrichotheciumContamination in a dairy farm in Shahriar province
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Trichothecium is well know as soil saprophytes or plant pathogenic fungi and contaminates cereals specially wheatand barley in the diets. Tricothecium, fusarium and stachybotrys. Can produce trichothecenes mycotoxine. This mycotoxin has very potent toxic effects on human and animal bodies.Clinical signs of trichothecene mycotoxicosis includes lower feeding rate, vomiting. Diarrhea, disorders in reproductive system, hematological changes like leucopenia trombocyto penia, and pathologic defects like Epithelionecrosisand gastroentritis also would be observed.In a dairy cattle herd in shahriar province, many cases of abortion, diarrhea and blood in the feces were observed.After mycological investigations for other purposes, 30 samples of their ration and vaginal samples which were contaminated with trichothecium samples were cultured in SDA and PDA.There is possibility of trichothecium mycotoxicosis in this herd because the clinical signs disappeared with replacingthe contaminated diet with a clean diet. The result suggests that trichthecium contamination should be considered indary cattles.

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Persian
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Veterinary clinical research journal, Volume:1 Issue: 2, 2010
Pages:
141 to 144
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