Marble Spleen Disease of Pheasants (MSD)

Marble Spleen Disease of Pheasants (MSD)
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MSD is an acute adenovirus disease of pheasants characterized by nonlymphoproliferative hyperplastic splenic enlargement and sudden mortality (5-15%) apparently caused by anoxia following acute pulmonary oedema usually in 4 to 8 months old birds.

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