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Occurrence of condemnation of edible organs of cattle, in slaughterhouses under regimes of state and federal inspection in the state of Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil



Occurrence of condemnation of edible organs of cattle, in slaughterhouses under regimes of state and federal inspection in the state of Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil



Higiene Alimentar 19(137): 56-62



A study was conducted to identify the main causes of condemnation in postmortem inspection of edible organs from cattle according to the kind of slaughterhouse under the Federal and State Inspection Service in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and also to determine the destination of carcasses. Results showed that 9957 organs were inspected according to the legislation. The main causes of condemnation of livers in slaughterhouses were telangiectasis and abscesses.

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