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Avian infectious bronchitis

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Editorial

Dr. Jaime Borrell Valls - 31/01/2022

Editorial 75: Schäfer, Schalk and Hawn

In recent months, although I prefer to forget them, we have heard news that may seem like indoctrination, and proposals that seem to be sales spots, which, if heard, could have embarrassed FAR, KOCK and FLUGGE. Other scientists who would also probably...


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 29/07/2019

Avian infectious bronchitis

Salpingitis produces oviduct fibrosis and this is reflected in the longitudinal cracks of the shell.


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Atlas of Pathology

Veterinaria Digital - 17/12/2018

Avian salpingitis

Early presence of hydrosalpingitis is related to the presence of purulent material that calcifies and leads to a salpingitis, as the one the picture depicts.


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Veterinaria Digital - 6/05/2018

Avian hydrosalpingitis

Avian Infectious Bronchitis virus is widely distributed worldwide and, despite the efficacy of the vaccination programs, it is lesions in the right oviduct are frequently found in the necropsies (the right oviduct is atrophied, but the anatomic piece...


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Veterinaria Digital - 14/10/2017

Hidrosalpingitis in Infectious Bronquitis

Avian infectious bronchitis virus tends to damage the bronchial, renal and oviductal mucous membranes. Different strains show different affinity for different mucous membranes. Hidrosalpingitis is a lesion in the nonfunctional oviduct’s mucosa that...


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Veterinaria Digital - 26/11/2016

Infectious bronchitis: Right oviduct hydrosalpingitis

Migratory birds on their journeys in October (north-south) and March (South-North direction) transmits along their route various microorganisms in particular: wild virus infectious bronchitis and Haemophilus gallinarum.


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