Bumblefoot in raptors
Abstract:
Term of bumblefoot is referred to progressive, inflammatory and infected lesion of pedal region in large species of caged raptors. Repeated trauma to the weight-bearing of plantar surfaces and subsequent penetration of pathogens considered the main cause of bumblefoot as a granulomatous disease. Using proper perch and also providing correct and vitamin rich diet are recommended strongly for curative prevention in captive raptors. Based on the extent of the inflammation and infection, different steps of treatment could be performed including: systemic antibiotic therapy, direct intralesional antibiotic delivery, surgical debridement, and postoperative protective foot casting. Present study is intended to describe etiology, histopathology, and diagnosis of bumblefoot and finally encouraged the practitioners to use a multimodal approach for successful management in the injured predatory birds.
Language:
Persian
Published:
Page:
54
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