LEG PARESIS IN A BLACK PALM COCKATOO (PROBOSCIGER A TERRIMUS) CAUSED BY ASPERGILLOSIS

@inproceedings{Greenacre1992LEGPI,
  title={LEG PARESIS IN A BLACK PALM COCKATOO (PROBOSCIGER A TERRIMUS) CAUSED BY ASPERGILLOSIS},
  author={Cheryl B. Greenacre and Kenneth S. Latimer},
  year={1992}
}
An adult male black palm cockatoo (Probosciger aterrimus) had a 10-mo history of anorexia, weight loss, episodic depression, muscular tremors, and bilateral leg paresis. The bird died and was sent to the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine for pathologic evaluation. At necropsy, a greenish-white proliferative cavitating mass was found in the left abdominal air sac with extension into the left kidney. Histologic lesions included inflammation and necrosis of the kidney and the… CONTINUE READING

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