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The gape worm of fowls (Syngamus trachealis)

the earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris), its intermediate host. Also, On the prevention of the disease in fowls called the gapes, which is caused by this parasite.

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        Paginationxvi, 135 p. :
        Number of Pages61
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1963 Respiratory diseases fowls

Outbreaks characterised only by lachrymation have been recorded recently in the U. Infectious Bronchitis IB : During the last few months a virus has been isolated at New England University, Armidale, Veterinary Research Station, Glenfield and Sydney University, which shows many characteristics of the I.

BACTERIA Pullorum Disease, Pasteurellosis, Infectious Coryza, Colibacillosis, Chronic Respiratory Disease CRDInfectious Sinusitis of turkeys and Sinusitis in ducks. VIRUSES Infectious Laryngo-Tracheitis ILTInfectious Bronchitis IBFowl Pox and Neural Fowl Paralysis Neural Lymphomatosis.

The diagnosis is very often based upon a favourable response to sulphathiazole treatment. The emphasis will be laid only to some recent observations either in this, or some other country.

1963 Respiratory diseases fowls

Dyspnoea and sneezing, without nasal and ocular discharges or facial swelling, are the common symptoms, and on post-mortem examination there is fibrinous pericarditis and hepatitis, and caseous air-sacculitis. Muscovies appear to be resistant. Respiratory Diseases in Fowls B. With the exception of fowls, other avian species are rarely subject to respiratory symptoms.