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Modern Science Success it is published since 2015 The journal appears 12 times a year

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Meleshkov S.F.; Honin G.A.; Pristupa O.A.;

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Disease of domestic animal is not only veterinary but also a social problem, therefore, questions of the confirm diacrisis of purulent urocystitis are of practical interest. The aim of the work is to determine the clinical characteristics and morphological characters of rabbity purulent urocystitis for the identification of certain disease and optimization of differential diacrisis. The analysis of clinico-laboratorial check studies, including the analysis of leukograms of diseased (n=3) and healthy (n=3) animals was made. In order to verify the diagnosis the morphological study of the urinary bladder of sick animals was made. The solution of assigned tasks was discharged by means of general clinical, laboratorial, instrumental (urinary catheterization, polypositional ultrasonic scanning of the abdominal cavity organs) and histomorphologic studies, including the production of bladder wall tissue specimens with subsequent staining of them with hematoxylin and eosin and further examining under the light microscope. It was found that sick rabbits are stunted, compared with clinically healthy ones, they have symptoms that are typical of incontience with overflow. In sick rabbits‘ blood the number of lymphocytes and eosinophils decreases under simulataneous expansion in the number of mature pseudoeosinophils, which may indicate the severity of the disease. The bladder wall thickens by an average of 60% under the influence of rabbity purulent urocystitis. Along
with the general laws of morphological manifestations of purulent urocystitis, such as migration of pseudoeosinophils and lymphocytes off the lamina propria to the transitional epithelium of the urinary bladder mucous membrane, vacuolization of the cytoplasm of cellules and their nuclei, there is also a characteristic feature -there formed crystals of uroliths in some areas of the epithelium.

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Modern Science Success

ISSN : 2412-6608