airsacculitis

airsacculitis

inflammation of the air sacs.

avian airsacculitis
occurs as part of a respiratory tract infection by Mycoplasma gallisepticum infections usually referred to as chronic respiratory disease. Airsacculitis as such is notable for the high rate of carcass condemnations that it causes. Postmortem lesions include the presence of caseous exudate, or a beaded appearance of the lining. There are usually accompanying lesions in the bronchi and lungs.
primate airsacculitis
a large variety of bacterial species participate in the disease. Clinical signs include cough, dyspnea and swelling of the submandibular area.
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coli, staphylococci and Pasteurella species are some of the causative agents of septicemia and airsacculitis in ducks.
Beside direct losses due to mortality, feed conversion and growth rate remain poor, airsacculitis is a major reason for carcass condemnation (Sancak and Paracikoglu, 2005).
Studies on the bacterial etiology of airsacculitis of broilers in Northern and Middle Jordan with special reference to Escherichia coli, Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale, and Bordetella avium.
Aspergillus fumigatus was isolated from 5 birds with characteristic lesions of airsacculitis (Table 1).
Time series evaluation of traumatic lesions and airsacculitis at one poultry abbatoir in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil (1996-2005).
Respiratory system diseases (n = 512) were aspiration pneumonia, rhinitis, sinusitis, airsacculitis, tracheitis, chronic respiratory disease, and pneumonia due to aspergillosis, Mycoplasma species, Avibacterium paragallinarum, Avibacterium gallinarum, E.
Also airsacculitis, dilatation of heart and trachea hemorrhage were evident.
The five reduced lesions, in groups 1 and 2, by Mentofin[R] were: Abdominal airsacculitis, enteritis, splenomegaly, bursal congestion, and enlargement of the liver.
Los Angeles was dry and sunny, a perfect antidote for Minyak's chronic pneumonia and severe case of airsacculitis - or infection in the pouch at the base of the neck that allows great apes to bellow across the treetops.
Absence of a clear outline of the caudal air sacs might be caused by other space-occupying lesions, adhesions, or gross airsacculitis with massive fibrinous exudate.