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conditions found in poultry

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Avian Encephalomyelitis >>

A viral disease of poultry caused by an enterovirus belonging to picornavirus group and is characterised by neurologic signs.


Avian Metapneumovirus >>

Causes an acute respiratory tract infection of turkeys, but is also associated with swollen head syndrome in broilers and broiler breeders, as well as egg production losses in layers


Coccidiosis >>

Caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Eimeria, developing within the intestine of most domestic and wild animals and birds.


Colibacillosis (E.coli) >>

Caused by bacterial infection with avian pathogenic Escherichia coli (APEC) and is found in poultry flocks worldwide.


Infectious Bronchitis >>

A highly contagious and acute disease and is caused by an avian coronavirus which targets not only the respiratory tract but also the uro-genital tract.


Infectious Bursal Disease >>

An acute, highly contagious viral infection found in chicken flocks in most countries in the world.


Infectious Laryngotracheitis >>

An acute, highly contagious infection of chickens caused by a herpesvirus.


Marek’s Disease >>

A highly contagious disease caused by an Alphaherpesvirus that mainly affects chickens, but it can also be found in turkeys.


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