PRESENTATION AND PROGNOSTIC INDICATORS FOR FREE-LIVING BLACK COCKATOOS (CALYPTORHYNCHUS SPP.) ADMITTED TO AN AUSTRALIAN ZOO VETERINARY HOSPITAL OVER 10 YEARS

@inproceedings{Souf2015PRESENTATIONAP,
  title={PRESENTATION AND PROGNOSTIC INDICATORS FOR FREE-LIVING BLACK COCKATOOS (CALYPTORHYNCHUS SPP.) ADMITTED TO AN AUSTRALIAN ZOO VETERINARY HOSPITAL OVER 10 YEARS},
  author={A. Le Sou{\"e}f and C. Holyoake and S. Vitali and K. Warren},
  booktitle={Journal of wildlife diseases},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract The veterinary records of three species of free-living, endangered black cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus spp.; n = 565) admitted to the Perth Zoo Veterinary Hospital in Western Australia during a 10-yr period (2000–09) were analyzed to determine the effect of clinical presentation and treatment on survival to release. The most-common reason for admission was trauma (at least 76.7% of cases), and trauma was also the most-frequent finding on necropsy examination (80.1% of cases). Anemia and… Expand
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