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Diseases of Viruses

Low Pathogenic Avian Influenza In Poultry

Avian Influenza

Newcastle disease in poultry. Poultry mania

Newcastle Disease

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Bacterial Diseases

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Metabolic Diseases

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Nutrition

poultry feed

Poultry Feed formulation | Standard Requirements

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Protozoal Diseases

Emeria acervulina

Emeria Acervulina : Clinical Signs | Treatment

Emeria acervulina is the species of Emeria that causing intestinal coccidiosis in chicken. Emeria acervulina also the most common species responsible for causing intestinal coccidiosis in Chicken.

Coccidiosis in poultry

Emeria tenella in poultry

Emeria tenella most common species causing bloody enteritis in poultry. Emeria tenella is the best known of poultry coccidia because of the easily recognizable lesions and often spectacular losses it causes in commercial broilers or layer pullets.

Chicks stuff gait due to coccideosis

Coccidiosis in Chicks: Clinical Signs


Clinical signs differentiate by the absence of bloody stool from adult birds. Emeria tenella causing bloody stool in coccidiosis. its spirocyst needs an external external environment to complete their life cycle at least 6 days.

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Coccidiosis In Chicks: Postmortem Findings

Coccidiosis is a protozoan disease that is caused by Emeria spp in poultry. It’s a very important disease that is more related to the economy.
Cecum containing bloody stool absence in postmortem finding in chicks at 3-4 days due to Emeria tenella needs one sexual life cycle which is impossible before 6 days.

Acute coccidiosis & lentogenic strain Of newcastle diseases

Acute Coccidiosis: Clinical Signs

Coccidiosis is a parasitic disease caused by Eimeria spp under the family of apicomplexan characteristics by enteritis by enteritis in poultry. the parasite grows & multiply intracellularly in epithelial & subepithelial cells in the intestine pf poultry.

The Emeria is highly hosts-specific. They have a direct life cycle with transmission between host by way of a resistant oocyst.

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