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Migratory birds

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Veterinaria Digital - 26/04/2015

Infectious bronchitis: conjunctivitis and fever

In the months of March and October, of each year large migrations of birds on all continents take place. In March the birds migrate northward in search of milder temperatures and longer hours of sunshine, to reproduce.


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Veterinaria Digital - 19/04/2015

Avian infectious bronchitis, floccules in atrophied oviduct

The infectious bronchitis virus belongs to the group of coronaviruses and it has tropism for bronchial tissue, kidney and the oviduct. The right oviduct of poultry is atrophied but also is sensitive to virus infection. Lesions begin with an...


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Veterinaria Digital - 12/04/2015

Renal visceral gout

The nephropathogenic strains of infectious bronchitis cause nephritis, followed by renal failure and accumulation of uric acid crystals in the kidney.


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Veterinaria Digital - 5/04/2015

Visceral gout on peritoneum

Renal failure due to infection with a nefro-pathogenic strain of infectious bronchitis virus, causes uric acid accumulation in different organs. Deposits of uric acid in the peritoneum are unusual but can be observed in extreme clinical cases.


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Veterinaria Digital - 22/03/2015

Hepatic visceral gout

Renal failure, produced by nephropathogenic strains of infectious bronchitis, causes an accumulation of uric acid in different organs including the liver especially in the Glisson capsule. Important to note that it is necessary to make a differential...


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Veterinaria Digital - 15/03/2015

Infectious bronchitis: Floccules in hidrosalpingitis

By the presence of liquid in the oviduct undeveloped sometimes infection of infectious bronchitis virus can be observed the presence of white flocculus content in oviduct. In the picture you can see this content in white.


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