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What are the symptoms of gumboro disease of chickens?

  • Gumboro disease is a viral infection that affects young chickens.The symptoms of this disease include a droopy demeanor, ruffledfeathers, depressed mannerisms, and odd pecking behaviors in theearly stages. Later symptoms include hemorrhaging, bursal lesions,and dehydration.

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  • Answer: Gumboro disease is a viral infection that affects young chickens.The symptoms of this disease include a droopy demeanor, ruffledfeathers, depressed mannerisms, and odd pecking behaviors in theearly stages. Later symptoms include hemorrhaging, bursal lesions,and dehydration.
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  • Answer: no, absolutly not, your chickens might get sick
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    In medical terminology, symptoms are thesubjective indications (what a patient feels andexperiences, e.g. pain, nausea, dizziness, etc.) that there may bea problem; while measurable and observationalobjective changes in body chemistry or functionsare called signs (bleeding, elevated blood pressure, hightemperature, blood chemistry changes, etc).

    Most diseases and disorders initially manifest with outwardsigns, such as: abnormal findings on lab studies or X-raysand other imaging technologies; abnormal observed changes inbreathing rate and other measurable vital signs (i.e., bloodpressure, breathing, pulse, temperature); and, abnormalities orsignificant changes from the baseline, i.e., usual state, etc.

    Other diseases manifest first with only symptoms reportedby the patient. These are what a patient feels or experiences (asexplained above) and include things like depression, anxiety,changes in sleep patterns, different eating habits, nausea,vomiting, pain, dizziness, etc.

    Probably the most common manifestations of a problem include acombination of both signs and symptoms.
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