The Department of diseases and poultry diseases holds a panel discussion on the pathological importance of multiple diseases

The Department of Pathology and Poultry Diseases in Faculty of Veterinary Medicine organized a discussion session on Monday, April 22, 2024, focusing on the pathological significance of tetanus, bovine tuberculosis, and brucellosis. The session covered aspects related to pathological anatomy, etiology, modes of transmission, and diagnostic approaches. Under the supervision of the faculty members of the Pathological Anatomy course, namely Prof. Dr. Bushra Hamza Faris, Assoc. Prof. Aoula Imad Al-Zebeeby, and Ms. Hanadi Jafar AL-Zubaidi, fourth-year students reviewed these diseases in terms of their causative agents, clinical manifestations, transmission routes, and the importance of pathological examination, including both gross and microscopic features associated with these diseases.

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