Presentación clínica: Signos Clínicos del Sistema Respiratorio Superior en las Aves

Si la enfermedad se extiende hacia la parte inferior del tracto respiratorio, se pueden observar signos clínicos como la tos, taquipnea y dificultad para respirar . . .


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