Role of the Blood Biochemistry in the Diagnosis of Hydatidosis in Positive Ruminant Postmortem

Hamrat KHADIDJA, Yahia ACHOUR, Vasile COZMA

Abstract


This study is a comparison between the necropsy of two distinct species, sheep and cattle, (50 cattle, 45 sheep) of male and female sex of different ages at slaughter of Djelfa region, to search for hydatid cyst, and blood biochemistry, blood samples for blood chemistry was performed before slaughter then a post mortem carried out after the sacrifice for search hydatid cyst.The results showed that most of the elderly have presented hydatid liver and lung, with prevalence (3 %, 20 %, 77 %) by age for sheep and (0 %, 12 %, 88 %) for cattle. For biochemical results for cattle, we recorded an average variations (0.40 to 38.69 -21.75 -70.63) (1.36 - 43.25 - 19.17 - 110, 17 - 63.50) (2.42 - 86.27 - 17.64 - 274.42 - 61.32) respectively, with age categories for sheep, we found the average (2.05 - 38.42 - 2.25 - 48.92 - 64.00), (1.37 - 39.18 - 4,00 - 54.05 - 64.67) (0.50 - 74 23 - 15.45 - 56.14 - 58.91), respectively, with age categories (total bilirubin, AST, ALT, GGT, total protein). We deduce blood biochemistry in cattle and sheep necropsy positive for hydatid cyst can inform us about several anomalies, our results lead us to conclude that a negative animal necropsy may have a biochemical unstable and the opposite is true, but can not be a confirmation of hydatidosis or other parasitosis, also the study of ecological and socio socio-economic impact of hydatidosis remains the most important mayon studied. Our results are in agreement with several authors in the literature.

Keywords


Necropsy, hydatid cyst, biochemistry, AST, ALT, total protein, GGT

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-vm:71:1:10138


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