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Echinostomatid flukes in pigeons



Echinostomatid flukes in pigeons



Veterinary Record 129(20): 455-456



Two racing pigeons aged about 4 months were received at the Veterinary Pathology Laboratory, Northampton, UK, in a moribund condition. The breeder had lost 8 of 10 young birds in 2 weeks. They became thin and declined to fly. At necropsy the only lesion was a bloody enteritis affecting the last 10 cm of the intestine.

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