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ByIvanDinev,DVM,PhD

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BacterialDiseases

FOWLPOX

ESCHERICHIACOLIINFECTIONS
SALMONELLOSES
PARATYPHOIDINFECTIONS
FOWLCHOLERA
RIEMERELLAANATIPESTIFERINFECTIONS
MYCOPLASMA
NECROTICENTERITIS
CHOLANGIOHEPATITISINBROILERCHICKENS
GANGRENOUSDERMATITIS
BOTULISM
AVIANTUBERCULOSIS

ViralDiseases
VIRALINCLUSIONBODYHEPATITIS
HAEMORRHAGICENTERITISOFTURKEYS
EGGDROPSYNDROME1976
ADENOVIRUSGROUPIASSOCIATEDINFECTIONS
INFECTIOUSBURSALDISEASE(GUMBORO)
INFECTIOUSBRONCHITIS(IB)
LARYNGOTRACHEITIS
SWOLLENHEADSYNDROME
INFECTIOUSENCEPHALOMYELITIS
NEWCASTLEDISEASE
FOWLPOX
REOVIRUSINFECTIONS

NeoplasticDiseasesinPoultry
VIRUSINDUCEDNEOPLASTICDISEASESMAREK'SDISEASE
LYMPHOIDLEUKOSIS
MYELOCYTOMATOSIS
ERYTHROBLASTOSIS
265.266.Fowl pox (FP) is a viral disease in hens, turkeys and many other birds,
ADENOCARCINOMATOSIS

COCCIDIOSIS
HISTOMONOSIS
ASCARIDIOSIS
RAILLIETINOSIS
KNEMIDOKOPTOSIS

characterized by cutaneous lesions on the featherless skin and/or diphtheritic


lesions of mucous coats of the upper alimentary and respiratory tract. FP is
encounteredineithercutaneousordiphtheriticformorinboth.Inmostoutbreaks,the
cutaneous form is prevailing. The lesions vary according to the stage of
development: papules, vesicles, pustules or crusts. The lesions are usually in the
regionofthehead.

MycosesandMycotoxicoses

ParasiticDiseases

ASPERGILLOSIS
ASPERGILLUSGRANULOMATOUSDERMATITIS
AFLATOXICOSIS
CANDIDIASIS
FUSARIOTOXICOSES

DeficiencyDiseases
VITAMINB2DEFICIENCY
VITAMINBiDEFICIENCY
VITAMINEDEFICIENCY
FATTYLIVERHAEMORRHAGICSYNDROME
SLIPPEDTENDON(PEROSIS)

Other
PULMONARYHYPERTENSION(ASCITIS)SYNDROMEINBROILERCHICKENS
AMYLOIDOSIS
267.lesionsaroundtheventinapigeon.FPiscausedbyanepitheliotropicDNAvirus
DEEPPECTORALMYOPATHY
RUPTUREOFTHEGASTROCNEMIUSTENDONINBROILERBREEDERS
fromtheAvipoxgenus,thePoxviridaefamily.Somevirustypes(strains)exist:fowl
CAGELAYERFATIGUE
pox virus, turkey pox virus, pigeon pox virus, canary pox virus etc., different in
DYSCHONDROPLASIA
pathogenic and immunogenic aspects. The viruses are very resistant to
THYPERKERATOSIS

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environmentalfactorsandcouldpersistforseveralmonths.
HYPERANDROGENISMINBROILERCHICKENS
EFFECTOFSTICKYWILLY(GALIUMAPARINE)SEEDSONHEALTHYSTATUSANDPRODUCTIONTRAITSIN

BROILERCHICKENS
GIZZARDIMPACTIONINTURKEYPOULTS
ROUNDHEARTINTURKEYS(DILATEDCARDIOMYOPATHY)
ACUTESELENIUMINTOXICATION
ACUTEPROPANEBUTANEINTOXICATION
SPONTANEOUSRUPTUREOFTHECAUDIALRENALARTERYINTURKEYS
SUBCUTANEOUSEMPHYSEMA
GASTROINTESTINALIMPACTION
MALFORMATIONS

SeasonalPicks

268.269.Frequently,theconjunctivalmucosa,injuredbythepoxvirus,isanentrance
doorforadditionalcontamination(.coli,Staphylococcusspp.etc.)anddevelopment
ofcomplications.Theinfectionismechanicallyspreadbydisseminationofthevirus
throughdesquamationofcruststhatcontainit.Somemosquitoesandbloodsuckling
arthropods could also distribute the virus. The mosquitoes remain infective for
several weeks. The incubation period is from 4 to 10 days. The disease is spread
slowly and many weeks could pass between its emergence and severe outbreaks
occurrence.

270.Diphtheriticlesionslooklikewhitishoryellowishplaquesthataredepositedand
grownonthemucouscoatsofthebuccalandnasalcavities,thesinuses,thelarynx,
thepharynx,thetracheaortheoesophagus(arrows).Thediagnosisismadeuponthe
typical cutaneous and diphtheritic lesions. The prevention is performed by
vaccinationsthatcouldbemadeatanyage,ifnecessary.

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