Management of Select Bacterial and Parasitic Conditions of Raptors

Michelle M Willette, Julia Ponder, Luis Cruz-Martinez, Lori Arent, Irene Bueno Padilla, Olga Nicolas de Francisco, Patrick T Redig

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Abstract

Raptors are susceptible to a broad array of established and emerging bacterial and parasitic diseases, including babesiosis, chlamydiosis, clostridiosis, coccidiosis, cryptosporidiosis, malaria, mycobacteriosis, pasteurellosis, salmonellosis, trichomoniasis, and pododermatitis. Many of these conditions are opportunistic and can be easily managed or averted with proper preventive measures related to captive management, husbandry and diet, and veterinary care. Once infected, treatment must be prompt, appropriate, and judicious. This article examines the significance, diagnosis, management, and prevention of select bacterial and parasitic pathogens of raptors.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)491-517
Number of pages27
JournalVeterinary Clinics of North America - Exotic Animal Practice
Volume12
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 1 2009

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Raptors
birds of prey
Pasteurella Infections
chlamydiosis
Coccidiosis
Babesiosis
trichomoniasis
Cryptosporidiosis
pasteurellosis
mycobacterial diseases
cryptosporidiosis
Parasitic Diseases
babesiosis
Salmonella Infections
coccidiosis
salmonellosis
parasitoses
malaria
Malaria
Diet

Keywords

  • Bacterial disease
  • Bird of prey
  • Bumblefoot
  • Emerging disease
  • Parasitic disease
  • Pododermatitis

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Management of Select Bacterial and Parasitic Conditions of Raptors. / Willette, Michelle M; Ponder, Julia; Cruz-Martinez, Luis; Arent, Lori; Bueno Padilla, Irene; de Francisco, Olga Nicolas; Redig, Patrick T.

In: Veterinary Clinics of North America - Exotic Animal Practice, Vol. 12, No. 3, 01.09.2009, p. 491-517.

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Willette, Michelle M ; Ponder, Julia ; Cruz-Martinez, Luis ; Arent, Lori ; Bueno Padilla, Irene ; de Francisco, Olga Nicolas ; Redig, Patrick T. / Management of Select Bacterial and Parasitic Conditions of Raptors. In: Veterinary Clinics of North America - Exotic Animal Practice. 2009 ; Vol. 12, No. 3. pp. 491-517.
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