mycoplasmosis


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mycoplasmosis

(ˌmaɪkəʊplæzˈməʊsɪs)
n
(Microbiology) a disease in animals and humans caused by mycoplasma
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*Avian Salmonellosis *Avian Influenza *Newcastle Disease *Avian Mycoplasmosis *Infectious Bronchitis *Infectious Bursal Disease *Avian Pasteurellosis *Avian Encephalomyelitis *Avian Reovirus *Chicken Anemia *Other Diseases
Avian influenza, avian tuberculosis, fowl cholera, fowl pox, infectious bronchitis, infectious bursal disease, Marek's disease, mycoplasmosis, necrotic enteritis and salmonellosis, etc.
Short-term exposure to nitrogen dioxide enhances susceptibility to murine respiratory mycoplasmosis and decreases intrapulmonary killing of mycoplasma pulmonis.
In the subsequent analysis, the main risk factor for CA was the extensive system of goat breeding, which carried a higher risk of mycoplasmosis than the intensive system (OR = 6.2; p=0.004).
Dot-ELISA for Newcastle Disease, Infectious Bursal Disease and Mycoplasmosis. Pakistan J.
(3-11) Signs that have been attributed to clinical mycoplasmosis in pigeons include dyspnea, abnormal respiratory sounds, sneezing, conjunctivitis, and rhinitis.
Cyclophosphamide decreases nitrotyrosine formation and inhibits nitric oxide production by alveolar macrophages in mycoplasmosis. Infect.
coli, devoid of virulence factors, can also cause colisepticemia, acting as opportunistic secondary pathogens in stressed and immunocompromised birds, mainly in the presence of respiratory diseases as infectious bronchitis or mycoplasmosis [3, 5].
Infectious disease such as avian mycoplasmosis is mentioned as a potential constraint to the health status and productivity of domestic chickens.