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Diseases of domesticated birds.

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        LC Classifications1922
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        Paginationxvi, 100 p. :
        Number of Pages40
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Zoonoses Associated with Birds

In people, the disease causes flu-like symptoms of fever, chills and headache. Since the toxin is water soluble, water sources may become contaminated and provide a reservoir for the disease. The wound becomes red, painful, warm, or swollen, or• People who do get sick from histoplasmosis can have pneumonia-like symptoms that usually appear within 3-17 days of exposure. Symptoms of PBFD include feather loss, abnormal feather development, the absence of powder down danderand growths, lesions, and abnormalities of the beak.

Ulcerative Enteritis Quail disease Ulcerative enteritis is an acute or chronic infection of game birds, chickens, turkeys and other domestic fowl. Survivors become infected breeders cycle begins Diseases of domesticated birds.Mechanical transmission carried around on clothes, shoes or equipmentCarrier birds apparently healthy birds shed the disease organismsContaminated premises from previous outbreaks. Treatment of RTI depends on the identification of the causal agent.

Gapeworms are best prevented by administering a wormer at fifteen to thirty day intervals or including a drug at low levels continuously beginning fifteen days after birds are placed in the infected pens. Many human deaths have also been attributed to the consumption of food or water containing the toxin. In severely affected areas, even indoor birds can be infected via contaminated food. Cockatoos independent of people do not have this medical problem.