Pathoanatomical autopsy (gr. autopsy, auton — it-yourself, opsis — look, lat, section, sectire— less, reveal) is a comprehensive study of a fallen or dead animal for the purpose of verifying the accuracy of in vivo diagnosis, establishment of morphological changes in organs and causes his death.
In our country the state veterinary service in accordance with Soviet and veterinary legislation is science-based comprehensive system of preventive measures for development of livestock, warning the emergence and spread of animal diseases, many of which are dangerous for humans. When disease occurrence is crucial to the timely and accurate diagnosis on which to base targeted treatment and preventive measures for health improvement of animals. Post-mortem autopsy of the fallen or slaughtered animals is one of methods of diagnostics of infectious, parasitic and noncontagious illnesses of animals. Unopened corpses of animals that died of anthrax, glanders, and some other anthropozoonotic diseases. To exclude or confirm these diseases, conduct laboratory studies. When establishing anthropozoonotic be destroyed along with the skin.
The value of pathological diagnosis has become even more relevant with the enlargement, specialization and mechanization of livestock farms, so that timely diagnosis helps prevent large economic losses.
In medical practice post-mortem examination held by doctors — pathologists (protectora), constituents of special service. Veterinary protection of livestock carry out veterinary doctors and medical assistants, who perform all veterinary activities, including sectional work. At the departments of pathological anatomy veterinary institutes, diagnostic laboratories and factories for the production of meat and bone meal (veterinary and sanitary salvage plants) are doctors-pathologists. Continue reading
For many pet owners their Pets are family members. Of course, the death of a pet is a significant moral injury. Most people try to give their Pets the proper send-off and to bury them. However, the disposal and any other disposal of dead domestic animals within the city prohibited by law. Of course, the pet owner may choose the remote location in the woods, in the country or elsewhere, or to seek the services of specialized service.
In Europe distributed thermal method of animal corpse disposal. This procedure is quick, safe and inexpensive. But in Russia it is still not really popular, and many people just don’t know what to do when their pet died. Common ways are the animals funeral in a nearby Park or square, but not uncommon for the corpses of pet dogs and cats were thrown into the street bins for domestic waste in pits or ravines.
Adverse effects of burial of corpses allowed
In addition, such a disposal of an animal carcass is a violation of the law, it also causes significant harm to the environment. In a very long time the process of decomposition and putrefaction are formed pathologically dangerous microorganisms, some of which logovisual in the soil for decades. Mixing with other waste, waste and rain water decomposition products to form dangerous to humans compounds – poisons and carcinogens. They gradually penetrate into the groundwater, which in turn spread throughout the ecosystem. Disposal of carcasses of cattle near to the places of residence and recreation may lead to serious risk of development of viral and infectious diseases. Continue reading
In 1919 on the initiative of the largest scientists, nutritionists and veterinary specialists, including tonight Alexei Romanovich in accordance with the decision of the Government in Moscow was opened in Moscow veterinary Institute (in Pimenovsky lane, building 5).
Since the establishment of the Moscow veterinary Institute when it opened in the Department of pathology and therapy (head, Professor A. R. Evgrafov), clinical diagnostics (headed by Professor G. M. Andrievsky) and of obstetrics (head Professor N. F. Myshkin).
For a long time the Department was developing as independent units
In April of 2012 with the purpose of optimization of educational process has been the merger of faculty of internal noncontagious diseases of animals (former chair of pathology and therapy) with the Department of clinical diagnostics and disease of young animals (order No. 94) and was named chair of the Diagnostics of illnesses and therapy of animals, and in September 2014, the joint Department has joined the Department of obstetrics and reproduction of animals.
Joint head of the Department was elected as the doctor of veterinary Sciences, Professor Denisenko Viktor Nikolaevich.
At the Department students are trained on specialities: veterinary (specialist), veterinary-sanitary examination (BSC), veterinary-sanitary examination (master’s degree). Studied disciplines: “Clinical diagnosis with radiology”,”Veterinary propaedeutics animals”, “Laboratory diagnostics”, “diagnostics Tool”, “Hematology”, “Internal noncontagious diseases of animals”, “Biology and pathology of the horse”. Continue reading