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fowl

(foul)
n. pl. fowl or fowls
1. Any of various birds of the order Galliformes, especially the common, widely domesticated chicken (Gallus domesticus).
2.
a. A bird, such as a duck, goose, turkey, or pheasant, that is used as food or hunted as game.
b. The flesh of such birds used as food.
3. A bird of any kind.

fowl′er n.
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The presence of skill lesions is suggestive of fowl pox. No other poultry disease produce such lesions in some out breaks the diphtheritic may be more common but there are some bird with skin lesions.
Histological examination of the fowl pox lesions will show cytoplasm inclusions.
This fact helps in differentiating fowl pox from infectious Laryngotracheitis, Vitamin A deficiency.
And observe the new birds regularly for any signs of disease and treat if need be.Practising all-in, all-out poultry managementControl insect population where the birds are as they also spread fowl pox.
Fowl pox has no treatment antibiotics prescribed by a qualified veterinarian can help to manage the secondary infections.