Avian Medicine Q&A 11

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An African grey parrot died following a subacute illness characterized by respiratory signs and elevated SGOT and creatinine phosphokinase (CPK). At necropsy, the lungs were wet, the spleen was enlarged and the liver was enlarged and mottled.

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What infectious agents should be considered in the differential diagnosis? Link to Article
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