Prevalence Comparative Study of Infection with Trichomonas spp in The Three Types of Birds at The Holy City of Kerbala

Authors

  • Rana A. Jawad1 , Firas Al-Ali1 , Ibrahim F. Rashid1 , Juman Khaleel Al-Sabbagh1, Ihsan M. Sulbi2 , Mustafa Ali Noor3 , Wissam Abdulrasool Saber3

Keywords:

Trichomonas, Birds, Holy Kerbala.

Abstract

The avian Trichomonosis is a parasitic disease caused by Trichomonas gallinae. This parasite lived in the

bird’s mouth and digestive tract, and can caused a granulomatous lesions in the lumen which lead to death of

bird because of severe starvation. The results of the current study for the purpose of conducting a field survey

and the extent of the spread of infection in the three types of birds (Bird toilet decorations, Bird pigeon,

Broiler bath decorations) . The field of study was in the holy city of Karbala, which is located in south-west

Baghdad, and is 100 km long and has a moderate temperament. During the course of the study (345 birds

were tested). This is the study of 170 decorative samples, 150 samples of the pigeon bath and 25 samples

of after the samples were taken. 15-day-old bathroom bath with 25 samples of Broiler bath decorations) .

Use eye and laboratory examination to examine the symptoms. The results showed that 7, 10.3 of the bath

pigeons had an ornamental pigeon and an infection rate of 4.11 in these birds 6,6 & 12 respectively.

Author Biography

Rana A. Jawad1 , Firas Al-Ali1 , Ibrahim F. Rashid1 , Juman Khaleel Al-Sabbagh1, Ihsan M. Sulbi2 , Mustafa Ali Noor3 , Wissam Abdulrasool Saber3

1Lecturer, University of Kerbala/College of Veterinary Medicine, Iraq, 2Prof., University of Kerbala/College of

Veterinary Medicine, Iraq, 6University of Kerbala/College of Veterinary Medicine, Iraq

Published

2020-07-30

How to Cite

Rana A. Jawad1 , Firas Al-Ali1 , Ibrahim F. Rashid1 , Juman Khaleel Al-Sabbagh1, Ihsan M. Sulbi2 , Mustafa Ali Noor3 , Wissam Abdulrasool Saber3. (2020). Prevalence Comparative Study of Infection with Trichomonas spp in The Three Types of Birds at The Holy City of Kerbala. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(3), 2655-2658. Retrieved from http://medicopublication.com/index.php/ijfmt/article/view/10839