Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD, Gumboro Disease)
Avian Veterinary Handbook. FCE Publication No.120, Jan 1970
Article class: Book Chapter
Animal Type: AvianPublisher: VetLearn Foundation
AbstractInfectious bursal disease is characterised by atrophy of the bursa of Fabricius, immunosuppression, anorexia, depression and occasionally nephrosis. Natural infection is predominantly in domestic fowls but has been recorded in turkeys and ducks. IBD virus is present in most poulry producing areas of the world but not in New Zealand.
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