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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by casportpony, Dec 4, 2015.
so sorry for your loss
So sorry for your loss @Faraday40 .
Thank you for sharing your pictures.
I'm so sorry to hear about Precious
Thank you for taking the time to share her story and the photos.
This is so cool.
I wanted to add to this thread for another case... my 3 year old Buff orphington recently started going downhill (ruffled feathers, lethargy and weight loss) I quarantined her so I could monitor her food and water intake and try to get her feeling better. Over 1-2 weeks she continued to decline. I then noticed her waddled walk and swollen abdomen. I work at a veterinary hospital so I took her in to drain the abdomen to see what we found. Nothing too exciting just a clear fluid and she immediately perked up and ate well that day. However, as expected two days later she was all swollen again. So, I elected euthanasia as I just couldn’t let her suffer any longer. I chose to do a necropsy. What we found was an abdomen FULL of cysts!! I didn’t send out for testing but it is definitely to be suspected Cystadenocarcenoma. It’s quite an interesting find but it appears that this can actually be a common thing in hens. So, I wanted to share if it could help someone in the future!
I am sorry for your loss, thank you for sharing this photo.
@Irmasmom sorry for your loss, and glad you shared you necropsy photo.
Thank you for sharing and so sorry for your loss.
I'm sorry for your loss
Thank you for taking the time to post the photo along with a snapshot of symptoms you saw in your hen. Very interesting, I'm sure it may be helpful to others looking for information.
Oh my goodness! That's the weirdest thing. I've never seen the egg yolks clear like that. I can't believe that one chicken had egg yolks in it's skin! Looks like that would hurt real bad! Poor chickens!