Goose Parvovirus and Circovirus Coinfections in Ornamental Ducks.

@article{Shehata2016GoosePA,
  title={Goose Parvovirus and Circovirus Coinfections in Ornamental Ducks.},
  author={Awad Ali Shehata and Dorrestein M. Gerry and Kristin Heenemann and Mohammed Y. Halami and S. Tokarzewski and Peter Wencel and Thomas W. Vahlenkamp},
  journal={Avian diseases},
  year={2016},
  volume={60 2},
  pages={
          516-22
        }
}
Clinical observations and diagnostic procedures carried out to elucidate the cause of high mortality in 2-8-wk-old ornamental ducks (mandarin, wood, falcated, and silver teal ducks) are described. At necropsy, ducklings showed general pallor of skeletal and heart muscles, subcutaneous gelatinous transudates, pericarditis, ascites, and severe edema and hyperemia of lungs. Histopathologic examination revealed that the most important changes were located in the crop, bursa of Fabricius, and lungs… CONTINUE READING
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