- Full text PDF available (1)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (0)
- Last 10 years (0)
Journals and Conferences
The livers of 531 captive wild birds necropsied at the Zoological Society of London were examined histologically. Marked fatty infiltration of the liver was found in 13 cases. Seven of the 13 cases… (More)
A total of 5,177 avian post mortem examinations was carried out at the Regent's Park gardens of the Zoological Society of London between 1966 and 1978 inclusive. Avian tuberculosis was found in 13… (More)
A total of 1,234 post mortem examinations of captive wild birds was carried out during a 5-year observation period. Six cases of lymphoid leukosis were found and their pathological features are… (More)
The livers of 531 captive wild birds necropsied at the Zoological Society of London were examined histologically. Significant accumulations of stainable iron pigment were found in the livers of 37… (More)
This paper describes the finding of a number of malformations in a live-born common marmoset. The malformations included microphthalmia, ocular hypertelorism, cleft lip and palate and polydactyly.… (More)
Dystokia caused the deaths of 8 casiraguas out of a total of 25 adult females examined post mortem from a small colony of this rodent on exhibition at the London Zoo.
This paper details the clinical and post-mortem findings of leopard geckos following ingestion of vermiculite bedding material. Death was attributed to the high magnesium content of the vermiculite.
Case report 2 full-term silvery marmosets (Ca/lithrix argentata) were born to young adults housed on exhibition in the Charles Clore pavilion at London Zoo. The litter comprised 1 female which was… (More)