Amaral (2004) reported that the most important poultry diseases potentially transmitted by drinking water were chronic respiratory disease, colibacillosis
(Escherichia coli), avian cholera (Pasteurella multocida) and fowl typhoid (Salmonella gallinarum).
Conversely, in birds with colibacillosis
a majority of E.
coli isolated from healthy-appearing broiler carcasses and carcasses condemned as suspected of colibacillosis
Mainly, these were pathogens of salmonellosis, colibacillosis
, listeriosis, and clostridiosis.
(1,10-12) Diseases of whooping cranes are well documented, and include campylobacteriosis, salmonellosis, colibacillosis
, mycobacteriosis, aspergillosis, viral encephalitis, coccidiosis, trauma, pododermatitis, osteomyelitis, developmental limb abnormalities, degenerative musculoskeletal disease, exertional myopathy, egg binding and yolk coelomitis, and lead and zinc toxicosis, among others.
Ahmed, "An outbreak of Gumboro disease associated with colibacillosis
among broiler and layer chicks in Kassala State, Eastern Sudan," Research Journal of Poultry Sciences, vol.
Bureau of Agriculture performed necropsies and attributed these deaths to a mixed infection of fowlpox and colibacillosis
Barbieri et al., "Characterization of fluoroquinolone-resistant Escherichia coli causing septicemic colibacillosis
in calves in Italy: emergence of a multiresistant O78 clonal group," Microbial Drug Resistance, vol.
coli (ExPEC), enters through different routes including respiratory and genital tracts and causes various extraintestinal diseases collectively termed as colibacillosis
in chickens, which are responsible for significant economic losses in the chicken industry [1-3].
Food-borne diseases (FBD) (e.g., salmonellosis, colibacillosis
, listeriosis, toxoplamosis, campylobacteriosis, and in some cases, brucellosis and tuberculosis) are significant in the epidemiological profile of Bogota, as shown in their ranking in the high- and medium-priority groups.
coli strains from broilers and layer hens with colibacillosis
infections in Bangladesh.