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Possible clinical signs for common nonrespiratory viral diseases of poultry.

Possible clinical signs for common nonrespiratory viral diseases of poultry.
By Guinea Goonie · Jan 11, 2012 · ·
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    Table 2. Possible clinical signs for common nonrespiratory viral diseases of poultry.
    Clinical Signs
    Marek's
    disease
    Lymphoid
    leukosis
    Infectious
    bursal disease
    Equine
    encephalitis
    Avian
    encephalitis
    Egg drop
    syndrome
    Infectious
    tenosynovitis
    Tenosynovitis
    Septicemia form
    Reduced feed consumption
    X
    X
    X
    Labored breathing
    X
    Weight loss/stunted growth
    X
    X
    Reduced water consumption
    X
    X
    Bluish-purple discoloration of the face
    X
    Enlarged abdomen
    X
    Lameness
    X
    X
    Swollen joints
    X
    Twisted necks
    X
    Paralysis
    X
    X
    X
    Inactive
    X
    Tremors
    X
    Incoordination
    X
    X
    X
    Blindness
    X
    Paleness
    X
    Pale scaly combs
    X
    Greenish diarrhea
    X
    X
    Diarrhea (general)
    X
    X
    Watery droppings
    X
    Thin-shelled eggs
    X
    Shell-less eggs
    X
    Reduced egg production
    X
    X
    Increased mortality
    X
    Dullness
    X
    Weakness
    X
    Emaciation
    X
    Helicopter wings
    X
    Ruffled feathers
    X
    Small comb
    X
    This Is Talbe Two. Table One And Three Are On Seperate Pages.

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  1. unicornia
    This table would be great, but it appears that the formatting didn't cut and paste well. All the x's have collapsed to the first column.... can this be fixed? It would be a great table if I could read it properly!!!
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  2. LOTSAGIRLS8
    I can't figure out what might be wrong with my 5 week old, cornish chick. She moves around but not for long before she sits. She appears to breathe hard and her little butt just puckers in and out. She eats well and drinks normally, and she greets us when we approach her box. Tonight she had a little pasty butt but, this was the first time. When she sits she is quite round. I have never had a Cornish and I have no idea what they should be built like. Her feathers are coming in but she does have some bald pink areas, these are symetrical on her body. Any ideas?

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