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Serratospiculiasis in Captive Falcons in the Middle East: A Review
Abstract Serratospiculiasis is a parasitic disease produced by filarial nematodes of the genus Serratospiculum in the subfamily Dicheilonematinae. This genus comprises at least 9 different speciesExpand
Comparative morphology of the alimentary tract and its glandular derivatives of captive bustards
This study describes the gross anatomy of the alimentary tract of Houbara Bustards (Chlamydotis undulata macqueenii), Kori Bustards (Ardeotis kori), Rufous‐crested Bustards (Eupodotis ruficrista) andExpand
Normal blood chemistry of free-living green sea turtles,Chelonia mydas, from the United Arab Emirates
Blood chemistry values were obtained from 62 clinically normal, free-living green sea turtles,Chelonia mydas, in order to establish normal blood chemistry values for this species in the Arabian Gulf.Expand
Pseudomonas aeruginosa Stomatitis as a Sequel to Trichomoniasis in Captive Saker Falcons (Falco cherrug)
Abstract Twelve adult female saker falcons developed reduced appetite, progressive weight loss, and unilateral or bilateral sinusitis. Nodular white or yellow caseous lesions were visible on theExpand
Diagnosis and Therapeutic Management of Candidiasis in Falcons in Saudi Arabia
Abstract From 1998 to 2001, a total of 3760 falcons were presented to the Falcon Medical Research Hospital of the Fahad bin Sultan Falcon Center. From this total, 11 (0.3%) adult (>1-year-old)Expand
Normal and clinical haematology of captive cranes (Gruiformes).
Fall blood counts on 56 clinically normal cranes of nine different species have provided reference values for the interpretation of haematological changes in 13 cranes presenting with abnormalExpand
Normal haematological values in gyr falcons (Falco rusticolus)
THE gyr falcon (Falco rusticolus) is the largest falcon species in the world, and inhabits Arctic regions of North America, Greenland, Iceland and Eurasia. The species is considered polytypic, withExpand
Normal haematology and blood chemistry of captive adult stone curlews (Burhinus oedicnemus)
Blood samples were obtained from 18 stone curlews (Burhinus oedicnemus) as part of a study on health and disease in this species. Routine haematology and blood chemistry analyses were carried out toExpand
Comparative studies of the use of some injectable anaesthetic agents in birds
The effect of three injectable drugs and a combination of two of them was compared in birds. The agents were ketamine hydrochloride, xylazine hydrochloride and the steroid mixtureExpand
Semen collection and spermatozoa characteristics in budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus)
Semen samples were obtained from budgerigars by applying gentle pressure to both sides of the cloaca. The semen appeared to be stored in the seminal glomera, two structures on either side of theExpand
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