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Discussion created on October 20, 2019
Gross lesions included: collected as much as 4 mL of a straw-colored transudate in the pericardial sac. A case seen in a flock of 6000 broiler birds at an age of 10 days with a minimum mortality i.e. 15 per day. On necropsy, tentatively confirmed the case as IBH. Do we have any better therapeutic management to approach this disease? Thank you
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Discussion created on October 20, 2019
Picture showing lymphocidic effect (lymph follicles of bursa of fabricius) Lesions undergo various stages of serious haemorrhagic to severe haemorrhagic inflammation. In the picture also shown that, bursa filled with coagulated fibrinous exudates and formed casts with the shape of mucosal folds
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Discussion created on October 20, 2019
Deposits of years around joints i.e. those of feets Left being normal and right being characterised by tophi
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Discussion created on October 20, 2019
Viscerotropic form of ND.. Heamorrhagic diphteritic lesions of entire alimentary tract were pictured in this photograph.
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Field case of ND virus
Photos published on July 21, 2019
Duodenal ulcers: Contaminated feed?
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Discussion created on March 14, 2019
Naval ill Unabsorbed yolk in a broiler chick aged 3 days also pictured infected yolk sac, accompanied by unhealed navel.
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Photo posted on December 8, 2018
Tapeworms measured about 46 cms i.e. far longer than presently cited literature
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Participation in Forum on December 2, 2018
Dr.BILLA SEKHAR Dear sir, thank you!
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Wonderful professional enthusiasm. Keep it up
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