Bird's disease

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Bird's disease

An obsolete term for the presence of an increased amount of oxalic acid in the urine.
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strategy to contain the deadly bird disease failed in at least some cases, according to Reuters.
A contagious bird disease, Newcastle disease affects domestic as well as wild avian species.
The population showed high levels of parasite Trichomonas gallinae, which causes the deadly bird disease trichomonosis.
NDV, a contagious bird disease affecting wild and domestic avian species, was first found in three farms in Nicosia's Kokkinotrimithia farming zone in mid June.
Although H5N1 can be fatal to humans, she said it is primarily a bird disease which rarely spreads to people and then only if they have been in very close contact.
He also reiterated assurances that H5N1 avian flu, which can be fatal to humans, is primarily a bird disease which rarely spreads to people and then only when they are in close contact with birds.
Because "bird flu" is now a bird disease, isn't keeping it out of our birds, before it gets to people, a better way to protect humans?
It is still a wild bird disease which hasn't cross-infected domestic flocks.
He wrote: "Newcastle disease is a highly contagious bird disease affecting many domestic and wild avian species.
West Nile virus is a mosquito-borne illness that is primarily a bird disease, but has been known to cause problems for humans.
LONG BEACH - Forced to close their popular Lorikeet Forest aviary because of a highly contagious bird disease, officials at the Aquarium of the Pacific didn't miss a beat.
IMPORTS of live poultry into the UK from the Netherlands have been banned following an outbreak of a bird disease.