1998
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84781998000400026
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Abstract: Relata-se um caso de porfiria eritropoética congênita em um bovino Holandês Preto e Branco, fêmea, de 9 meses de idade, proveniente da cidade de Machado, MG. O quadro clínico caracterizava-se pela presença de lesões crônicas de fotossensibilizaçâo observadas nas partes não pigmentadas do corpo, que apareceram após a exposição do animal à luz solar, aos 4 meses de idade. Além da fotossensibilizaçâo, as alterações macroscópicas mais evidentes foram coloração marrom-avermelhada dos ossos e marrom-rosada dos dente… Show more

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“…Tissue pigmentation in domestic animals can be caused by exogenous substances, such as carotenoids, or by endogenous substances, as occurs in certain genetic diseases (JONES et al, 1997;VARASCHIN et al, 1998). In Colombia, the consumption of the plants Bunchosia pseudonitida and Bunchosia armeniaca cause pigmentation of different tissues in cattle and sheep (GÁMEZ et al, 1983a, b associated with the consumption of Acacia aneura (WINTER, 1961;JONES et al, 1997).…”
Section: Descreve-se Pigmentação Exógena Em Ovinos Pastejando Numa ámentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Tissue pigmentation in domestic animals can be caused by exogenous substances, such as carotenoids, or by endogenous substances, as occurs in certain genetic diseases (JONES et al, 1997;VARASCHIN et al, 1998). In Colombia, the consumption of the plants Bunchosia pseudonitida and Bunchosia armeniaca cause pigmentation of different tissues in cattle and sheep (GÁMEZ et al, 1983a, b associated with the consumption of Acacia aneura (WINTER, 1961;JONES et al, 1997).…”
Section: Descreve-se Pigmentação Exógena Em Ovinos Pastejando Numa ámentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Type II photosensitization is associated with genetic disorders that compromise the metabolism of the heme pigment (Mauldin & Peters-Kennedy 2016, Varaschin et al 1998. This disorder results in the accumulation of hematoporphyrins in tissues (Mauldin & Peters-Kennedy 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%