Picture Book of Poultry Diseases

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    PICTURE BOOKOF   INFECTIOUS POULTRY DISEASES   MARCH 2010 ECT AD SOUTHERN AFRICA    Contents   Acknowledgements ii  Introduction   1   Anatomy of chicken   2   Viral disease  1. Avian Influenza 2. Fowl pox   3-4 5   3. Infectious Bronchitis   6-7   4. Gumboro   8   5. Marek`s Disease   9-11   6. New castle Disease   12-13   Bacterial Disease   14   1. Fowl Cholera   14   2. Infectious Corzy   15   Parasitic Disease   16   1. Coccidiosis (Eimeria necatrix)   17   1. Coccidiosis (Eimeria tenella)   17   2. Heterakis   18   3. Ascarades   18      Produced by FAO ECTAD Southern Africa for training purposes.Reproduction and dissemination of material in this information productfor educational or other non-commercial purposes are authorizedwithout any prior written permission, provided the source is fullyacknowledged.  Acknowledgements  ECTAD Southern Africa acknowledges the contribution of thefollowing;  ã Dr. Jenica Lee, DVM from Ceva, Malaysia  ã Dr. Vincent Turblin DVM from Ceva Asia-Pacific  ã Paul Selleck, Research Scientist from Australian Animal Health Laboratory.  ã FAO ECTAD, Regional office for Asia and the Pacific These partners have made available their pictures to the collection as presented in this training booklet. The financial contribution of USAID, SIDA and CIDA to the productionand printing costs of the booklet are gratefully acknowledged.  Design: C.K. Marketing, Gaborone, Botswana Printed by: Printing and Publishing Company Botswana PPCB  ©FAO 2010  ii     Introduction :  This “Picture book on infectious poultry diseases’’ has been compiledas a training tool for extension personnel involved in avian diseaseawareness work. The specific objective of collecting pictures of differ-ent but clinically similar diseases was to support training of extension-ists and poultry owners in detecting Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza(HPAI) should it occur in the currently disease free southern Africanregion. The booklet lists all diseases that could be mistaken on clinical appear- ance for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza. We promote the wide usage of this booklet and encourage users to giveus feedback on its usefulness and provide us with suggestions for im- provement. The ECTAD Southern Africa team March 2010  1  
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