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    Ano bang dahilan ng paglaki ng atay?

    Mga kapwa ko sabungero yong broodcock ko na galing ki Sonny Lagon at binili ko ki Ronnie Lacsina na battlestag ganito yong problema lumaki yong atay o liver ano bang dahilan? at kung paano maiwasan na hindi pa maulit ito may gamot ba sa ganitong sakit? tulong naman po at gusto kung malaman sa inyo so far bali noon pa ito mga apat siguro nangyari ang ganito ang sakit kaya sayang sa manok mamahalin bili mo magkakaganito lang samakatuwid namatay yong broodcock ko.Pig text na ni Papa si Dr Ronald Salgado walang reply sa kanya kaya sa inyo ko gusto kung marinig ang payo ng nakakarami .Maraming salamat po!

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    kung talagang mamahalin ang manok at talagang gusto buhayin ipatingin sa veterinaryo--siguro sa kunting halaga mas malaki ang tulong na makukuha. ano ba nag ibinibigay mo sa manok at gaano kadalas at karami?

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    Ito yong kasagutan ni Dr. Salgado "Gud pm,Mr Tria LEUKOSIS yan
    ang paglaki ng atay , wala nang gamot dyan dahil unti-unti mamatay ang manok dyan na gawa ng virus".

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    luekosis

    Tanong lang po kung itoy nakakahawa sa ibang manok

    thank you.

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    Avian Leukosis Virus

    Eto mga kakmeyts, may nakita akong detalyadong explanation about Leukosis;


    Lymphoid leukosis is the most common manifestation of the avian leukosis/sarcoma group of viruses which produces a variety of neoplastic diseases including erythroblastosis, myelocytomatosis, myeloblastosis and others.

    Although not all infected animals will develop tumors, nearly every commercial flock contains infected birds, and therefore, sporadic occurrence of tumors may result. Infection occurs horizontally, from bird to bird by direct or indirect contact, or vertically, from an infected hen to her eggs as virus is shed into the albumin of the egg. In addition, vertical transmission may occur from virus incorporated in the DNA of a germ cell. Viremia in the hen is strongly associated with the transmission of virus congenitally. Enzyme immunoassays have proven efficacious in the detection of leukosis antibody and antigen.

    Antibody

    This Enzyme Immunoassay is designed to measure the relative level of antibody to Avian Leukosis Virus (ALV) subgroups A and B in chicken serum. Antibody to subgroup E viruses, which include the endogenous leukosis viruses, is not detected.

    Antigen

    This Enzyme Immunoassay is designed to measure the level of p27, a viral antigen common to all subgroups of Avian Leukosis Virus (ALV) in chicken serum or egg albumin. Protocols for serum and albumin samples are similar except for the type of wash solution used. Specifically, serum samples are washed with distilled/deionized water, whereas albumin samples require the use of a 20X wash concentrate.

    Subgroup J Antibody

    This Enzyme Immunoassay is designed to detect ALV Subgroup J antibodies in chicken serum. The test was developed as a flock-screening tool for monitoring horizontal transmission of the virus. A positive antibody test result indicates exposure to ALV-J, but may not reflect whether virus is being actively shed. Vertical transmission of ALV-J can result in immune tolerant progeny that are negative on the antibody test. A testing program for determining the ALV-J status of flocks should also include testing for the presence of viraemia and/or shedding of virus. ALV-J antibody testing of meat-type birds less that 10 weeks of age is not recommended.

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    Lorenzo V. B.
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    R-hatchleso...Ktrix,

    Did you submit sample for lab test? Did a vet conducted PM exam? Was there any other lesion aside from 'enlarged liver'? What was the basis of the diagnosis?

    If the cock died from leukosis other lesions that you can observed aside from large liver are multiple nodular formation in different part of the abdominal cavity like the spleen and kidney. An enlarged liver does not necessarily constitute 'leukosis'. Infectious disease like Fowl Typhoid may also cause Hepatomegaly (Large Liver) and no nodular formation.

    Check with a poultry vet practicioner to ascertain the diagnosis...

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