We report an autopsy proven case of acute hemorrhagic leukoencephalitis. There was a very rapid evolution leading to death in less than 24 hours. CT of the brain revealed widespread hypodensities in both frontal lobes. In the cerebrospinal fluid as well as in the peripheral blood, there was a moderate leucocytosis. The literature is reviewed.
A standard radiographic anatomy of the skulls of three genera of birds (Psittacines, Accipitrines, Passerines) is worked out and illustrated by drawings. The African grey parrot is described as a standard. All detectable anatomical structures are identified and set into relationship to discernable structures in cockatoos (Cacatua galerita galerita), common… (More)