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Poultry Pathology Museum – 6 of 7

Posted by Anjum Andrabi on September 3rd, 2008

Decreased mineralization of the mandible and maxilla allows extensive lateral movement of the beak

Decreased mineralization of the mandible and maxilla allows extensive lateral movement of the beak

Hen showing sternal recumbancy due to osteomalacia

Hen showing sternal recumbancy due to osteomalacia

Severe nephritis characterised by pallor and urate deposition may be associated with nephrogenic strains of infectious bronchitis, infectious bursal disease or water deprivation

Severe nephritis characterised by pallor and urate deposition may be associated with nephrogenic strains of infectious bronchitis, infectious bursal disease or water deprivation

Torticollis may be due to infection of the inner ear by E. coli or Pasteurella multocida. It has also been observed in flocks suffering from velogenic Newcastle disease

Torticollis may be due to infection of the inner ear by E. coli or Pasteurella multocida. It has also been observed in flocks suffering from velogenic Newcastle disease

Enlargement of wattle due to Pasteurella multocida infection

Enlargement of wattle due to Pasteurella multocida infection

Wing of 14-day old broiler showing edema, subcutaneous hemorrhage and transudate due to chick anemi virus

Wing of 14-day old broiler showing edema, subcutaneous hemorrhage and transudate due to chick anemia virus

Mucosa of intestine showing lesions characteristic of necrotic enteritis

Mucosa of intestine showing lesions characteristic of necrotic enteritis

2 Responses to “Poultry Pathology Museum – 6 of 7”

  1. nasser Says:

    hello
    respectfully i need a collection of gross lessines in all of poultry diseases thanks

  2. Tamala Gobble Says:

    Your web site doesn’t display correctly on my iphone – you may wanna try and repair that

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