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Blogs / Avian infectious bronchitis

Avian infectious bronchitis

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Veterinaria Digital - 1/11/2015

Sinusitis-Tracheitis-Tendinitis syndrome

In the 80-90 years of last century the broilers more than 45 days old, were often diagnosed with sinusitis-tracheitis-tendinitis syndrome. This disease began with an inflammation (either unilateral or bilateral) of infraorbital bosom which appeared in...


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Veterinaria Digital - 16/06/2015

Infectious bronchitis: Hidrosalpingitis

Infectious bronchitis: Hidrosalpingitis


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 24/05/2015

Aerosacculitis

The air sacs of the poultry can be infected with mycoplasma from breeding birds (vertical infection) or other birds of the same farm (horizontal infection). Both infections can be combined with a secondary organism (E. coli generally negative Koch)...


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Veterinaria Digital - 17/05/2015

Kidney visceral gout

Kidney visceral gout


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 10/05/2015

Infectious bronchitis: Hidro salpingitis

Infectious bronchitis: Hidro Salpingitis


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Veterinaria Digital - 3/05/2015

Visceral gout kidney

The primordial kidney injury caused by nephropathogenic strains of avian infectious bronchitis virus, causes kidney failure that produces a secondary injury caused by deposition of uric acid in the renal parenchyma.


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