Exudate mixed with blood out of the chicken vent.
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Male chicken (6500 birds), layer brown breed 20 days old , high mortality, mortality data: day 19=2 birds, day 20 (in the morning: 36 dead birds, dead chicken found in each pen (6 pens). ) (sick with severe symptoms more than 250 birds-culling). day 21: 4 birds, day 22: 10 birds, day 23 : 8, and then normal daily mortality rate.
vaccination history: day 4 : ND+IB live, ND+AI kill, day 12: IBD live, day 19: IBD live
few chickens have conjunctivitis but no respiratory symptom.
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Many disease agents can cause lesions in bursa of fabricius such as velogenic newcastle disease, gumboro, avian influenza, etc.
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There are no hemorrhages in the intestine, only a few haemorrhages in the muscle of the flesh, have not even observed significant hemorrhages in muscle.
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