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Articles from Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery (September 1, 2006)

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A dermal vascular hamartoma in a sun conure (Aratinga solstitialis). Steinberg, Howard; Pare, Jean A.; Paul-Murphy, Joanne Clinical report 1976
A survey of selected avian pathogens of backyard poultry in northwestern Ecuador. Hernandez-Divers, Sonia M.; Villegas, Pedro; Prieto, Francisco; Unda, Juan Carlos; Stedman, Nancy; R 7077
Avian Dis: An outbreak polyomavirus in budgerigars and cockatiels in Slovakia, including a genome analysis of an avian polyomavirus isolate. Literak, I.; Smid, B.; Dubska, L. Reprint 244
Avian Dis: Antigenic and genetic characterization of an avian poxvirus isolated from an endangered Hawaiian goose (Branta sandvicensis). Kim, T.; Tripathy, D.N. Reprint 188
Avian Dis: Characterization of experimental Mycoplasma gallisepticum infection in captive house finch flocks. Sydenstricker, K.V.; Dhondt, A.A.; Hawley, D.M. Reprint 274
Avian Dis: Development of a polymerase chain reaction procedure for detection and differentiation of duck and goose circovirus. Chen, C.-L.; Wang, P.-X.; Lee, M.-S. Reprint 186
Avian Dis: Evaluation of pathogenicity of avian poxvirus isolates from endangered Hawaiian wild birds in chickens. Kim, T.; Tripathy, D.N. Reprint 136
Avian Dis: Experimental assessment of the pathogenicity of H5N1 influenza A viruses isolated in Japan. Mase, M.; Imada, T.; Nakamura, K. Reprint 105
Avian Dis: Experimental West Nile virus infection in Eastern screech owls (Megascops asio). Nemeth, N.M.; Hahn, D.C.; Gould, D.H.; Bowen, R.A. Reprint 213
Avian Dis: Phylogenetic analysis of avian poxviruses among free-ranging birds of Virginia. Adams, C.J.; Feldman, S.F.; Sleeman, J.M. Reprint 238
Avian Dis: Survival of two avian respiratory viruses on porous and nonporous surfaces. Tiwari, A.; Patnayak, D.P.; Chander, Y. Reprint 136
Avian Dis: Ulcerative enteritis (quail disease) in lories. Pizarro, M.; Hofle, U.; Rodriguez-Bertos, A. Reprint 130
Avian Pathol: Acute poisoning of silver gulls (Larus novaehollandiae) following urea fertilizer spillage. Raidal, S.R.; Jaensch, S.M. Reprint 217
Avian Pathol: Coronaviruses in poultry and other birds. Cavanagh, D. Reprint 368
Avian Pathol: Detection of multiple strains of Pasteurella multocida in fowl cholera outbreaks by polymerase chain reaction-based typing. Shivachandra, S.B.; Kumar, A.A.; Gautam, R. Reprint 193
Avian Pathol: Diagnosis of duck circovirus infections by conventional and real-time polymerase chain reaction tests. Fringuelli, E.; Scott, A.N.J.; Beckett, A. Reprint 252
Avian Pathol: Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in pigeons. Amann, O.; Visschers, M.J.M.; Dorrestein, G.M. Reprint 161
Avian Pathol: Identification of a novel circovirus in Australian ravens (Corvus coronoides) with feather disease. Stewart, M.E.; Perry, R.; Raidal, S.R. Reprint 186
Avian Pathol: Inactivated North American and European H5N2 avian influenza virus vaccines protect chickens from Asian H5N1 high-pathogenicity avian influenza virus. Swayne, D.E.; Lee, C-W; Spackman, E. Reprint 231
Avian Pathol: Infectivity of Histomonas meleagridis in ducks. Callait-Cardinal, M.P.; Chauve, C.; Reynaud, M.C. Reprint 275
Avian Pathol: Influenza virus circulation in wild aquatic birds in Italy during H5N2 and H7N1 poultry epidemic periods (1998 to 2000). De Marco, M.A.; Foni, E.; Campitelli, L. Reprint 244
Avian Pathol: Isolation of a coronavirus from a green-checked Amazon parrot (Amazon viridigenalis). Gough, R.E.; Drury, S.E.; Culver, F. Reprint 159
Avian Pathol: Nuclear abnormalities in erythrocytes of parrots (Aratinga canicularis) related to genotoxic damage. Gomez-Meda, B.C.; Zamora-Perez, A.L.; Luna-Aguirre, J. Reprint 264
Avian Pathol: Observations on detection, excretion and transmission of pigeon circovirus in adult, young and embryonic pigeons. Duchatel, J.P.; Todd, D.; Smyth, J.A. Reprint 302
Avian Pathol: Pathology and tissue distribution of West Nile virus in North American owls (family: Strigidae). Gancz, A.Y.; Smith, D.A.; Barker, I.K. Reprint 154
Avian Pathol: Retrobulbar rhabdomyosarcoma in a budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus). Gulbahar, M.Y.; Ozak, A.; Guvenc, T.; Yarim, M. Reprint 126
Avian Pathol: The challenge of avian influenza to the veterinary community. Capua, I.; Alexander, D.J. Reprint 301
Avian Pathol: Transfer of maternal immunoglobulins and antibodies to Mycoplasma gallisepticum and Mycoplasma synoviae to the allantoic and amniotic fluid of chicken embryos. Bencina, D.; Narat, M.; Bidovec, A.; Zorman-Rojs, O. Reprint 275
Avian Pathol: Typhlocolitis associated with spirochetes in goose flocks. Nemes, C.S.; Glavits, R.; Dobos-Kovacs, M. Reprint 211
BSAVA Manual of Psittacine Birds. Wade, Laura Book review 882
Coming meetings. Calendar 349
Communicating Hydrocephalus in a Mature Goffin's Cockatoo (Cacatua goffini). Johnston, Heather A.; Lindstrom, Jamie G.; Oglesbee, Michael Clinical report 2469
Intracoelomic teratoma in a juvenile bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus). Ford, Scott L.; Wentz, Sara; Garner, Michael Clinical report 2114
J Am Vet Med Assoc: Avian influenza A virus subtype H5N2 in a red-lored Amazon parrot. Hawkins, M.G.; Crossley, B.M.; Osofsky, A. Reprint 235
J Am Vet Med Assoc: Distribution of Malassezia organisms on the skin of unaffected psittacine birds and psittacine birds with feather-destructive behavior. Preziosi, D.E.; Morris, D.O.; Johnston, M.S. Reprint 254
J Am Vet Med Assoc: Resection and use of a cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor for treatment of pancreatic adenocarcinoma in a cockatiel. Chen, S.; Bartick, T. Reprint 208
J Am Vet Med Assoc: Sedative effects of midazolam and xylazine with or without ketamine and detomidine alone following intranasal administration in ring-necked parakeets. Vesal, N.; Eskandari, M.H. Reprint 246
J Wild Dis: Prevalences of zoonotic bacteria among seabirds in rehabilitation centers along the Pacific Coast of California and Washington, USA. Steele, C.M.; Brown, R.N.; Botzler, R.G. Reprint 153
J Wildl Dis: Assessment of Newcastle disease vaccination of houbara bustard breeders (Chlamydotis undulata undulata). Facon, C.; Guerin, J.L.; Lacroix, F. Reprint 213
J Wildl Dis: Hematology, plasma chemistry, and serology of the flightless cormorant (Phalacrocorax harrisi) in the Galapagos islands, Ecuador. Travis, E.K.; Vargas, F.H.; Merkel, J. Reprint 245
J Wildl Dis: Multi-species patterns of avian cholera mortality in Nebraska's rainwater basin. Blanchong, J.A.; Samuel, M.D.; Mack, G. Reprint 202
J Wildl Dis: Natural and experimental West Nile virus infection in five raptor species. Nemeth, N.; Gould, D.; Bowen, R.; Komar, N. Reprint 222
J Wildl Dis: Pathology and proposed pathophysiology of diclofenac poisoning in free-living and experimentally exposed oriental white-backed vultures (Gyps bengalensis). Meteyer, C.U.; Rideout, B.A.; Gilbert, M. Reprint 214
J Wildl Dis: Persistence of Pasteurella multocida in wetlands following avian cholera outbreaks. Blanchong, J.A.; Samuel, M.D.; Goldberg, D.R. Reprint 221
J Wildl Dis: Prevalence of shiga toxin--producing Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica in rock pigeons captured in Fort Collins, Colorado. Pedersen, K.; Clark, L.; Andelt, W.E.; Salman, M.D. Reprint 207
J Wildl Dis: Susceptibility of greater sage-grouse to experimental infection with West Nile virus. Clark, L.; Hall, J.; McLean, R. Reprint 210
J Wildl Dis: Wild bird mortality and West Nile virus surveillance: biases associated with detection, reporting, and carcass persistence. Ward, M.R.; Stallknecht, D.E.; Willis, J. Reprint 422
J Zoo Wildl Med: Decreasing prevalence and seasonal variation of gunshot trauma in raptors admitted to the wildlife center of Virginia: 1993-2002. Richards, J.; Lickey, A.; Sleeman, J.M. Reprint 177
J Zoo Wildl Med: Efficacy of selected coccidiostats in sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) following challenge. Carpenter, J.W.; Novilla, M.N.; Hatfield, J.S. Reprint 234
J Zoo Wildl Med: Exertional myopathy in whooping cranes (Grus americana) with prognostic guidelines. Hanley, C.S.; Thomas, N.J.; Paul-Murphy, J.; Hartup, B.K. Reprint 136
J Zoo Wildl Med: Hematologic and biochemical reference ranges for captive California condors (Gymnogyps californianus). Dujowich, M.; Mazet, J.K.; Zuba, J.R. Reprint 283
J Zoo Wildl Med: Hematologic and physiologic reference ranges for free-ranging adult and young common loons (Gavia immer). Haefele, H.J.; Sidor, I.; Evers, D.C. Brief article 125
J Zoo Wildl Med: Normal hematologic and biochemical values for prelaying greater sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) and their influence on chick survival. Dunbar, M.R.; Gregg, M.A.; Crawford, J.A. Reprint 297
J Zoo Wildl Med: Serum biochemistry in Andean flamingos (Phoenicoparrus andinus): natural versus artificial diet. Norambuena, M.C.; Parada, M. Reprint 141
Noninvasive heart rate measurement using a digital egg monitor in chicken and Turkey embryos. Lierz, Michael; Gooss, Olivia; Hafez, Hafez M. Clinical report 3403
Postintubation tracheal stenosis in a blue and gold macaw (Ara ararauna) resolved with tracheal resection and anastomosis. de Matos, Ricardo E.C.; Morrisey, James K.; Steffey, Michele Clinical report 4737
The art of client compliance. Hess, Laurie Discussion 1867
What is your diagnosis? Ruder, Mark G.; Carpenter, James W.; DeBey, Brad Clinical report 1884

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