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NO.: 40
 
Reportno.

AHRI report No.40

Topic

Veterinary Service and Pathological Diagnostic Process for Animal Diseases in Taiwan in 2004 

 

Department Animal Health Research Institu Guncil of Agriculture
Author Sliu-Hwae LEE Che-Tun Hung, Ten-Shiang Huang Jen Chieh Charig Kwok-Rong Author Tsai, Lu-Jen Ting, Kuo-Hui Chang Ming-Chu Cheng, YenPin Chen, MimShiuh L Chun Wang, Ming-Hwa Jong, and Wasison H.T. Song
Summary

A tolof1,856casesincluding 872canlecases, 377ultrycases474 pcthne cases, 105 dog cases, 75 birds, 71 gcet cases, 54 fish cases, 14 shrimp cases, 9 mouse cases, and one individual case of darr abilone, ferret and lizard were submit to the Veterinary Service Ubcatory for disease diagnosis, by the methcds of tho1ogy, immunohistcchemnisfry, microbiology, electron microscopy and epidemiology, in 2C04. Seventy five low thogenic strains of avian influenza virus were isola and identiM as H5N2 Subtype, from 21 chicken farms and one pheasant farm, The isolatedH5N2virusfoundinthesecases wexeconclud&inottokethemajxfatal causes. The immune defensiveness of the birds had keen impaired by other pathogens, sueh as infectious bursal disease, myeloid leuootsis, Marek’ s diseases, et, chronic respiratory disease and/or colibacillcGis were also commonly seen in most cases. In pig, rorcine cirrovirus type 2 coraplicated with Salmonellosis (as Sal. cholerasuis) were frequently seen in most cases.

Keyword

veterinary service, animal diseases, cases analysis.