Disease Images: Newcastle Disease

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Newcastle Disease: Chicken. The comb is markedly edematous and contains multiple foci of hemorrhage.
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Chicken. The comb is markedly edematous and contains multiple foci of hemorrhage.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: ND_001
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, skin. There is a marked hemorrhage of the comb, wattle, and adjacent skin.
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Avian, skin. There is a marked hemorrhage of the comb, wattle, and adjacent skin.

Credit: AFIP
Photo ID: ND_002
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, skin. There is marked hemorrhage of the comb and head, with cyanosis of the margin of the comb.
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Avian, skin. There is marked hemorrhage of the comb and head, with cyanosis of the margin of the comb.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_003
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, eye. Conjunctival hemorrhage is most severe in the nictitans.
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Avian, eye. Conjunctival hemorrhage is most severe in the nictitans.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_004
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, oral cavity. Numerous clumps of fibrinonecrotic exudate adhere to foci of necrosis in the oral, pharyngeal, and esophageal mucosa.
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Avian, oral cavity. Numerous clumps of fibrinonecrotic exudate adhere to foci of necrosis in the oral, pharyngeal, and esophageal mucosa.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_005
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, trachea. Tracheal and laryngeal mucosa contain many foci of hemorrhage and small clumps of fibrinonecrotic exudate.
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Avian, trachea. Tracheal and laryngeal mucosa contain many foci of hemorrhage and small clumps of fibrinonecrotic exudate.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_006
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, skin. There is marked subcutaneous edema in the neck, extending to the thoracic inlet.
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Avian, skin. There is marked subcutaneous edema in the neck, extending to the thoracic inlet.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_007
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, ceca. Hyperemic, necrotic cecal tonsils are visible from the serosal surface.
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Avian, ceca. Hyperemic, necrotic cecal tonsils are visible from the serosal surface.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_008
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, ceca. The cecal tonsil is red-brown, thickened, and friable (necrotic).
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Avian, ceca. The cecal tonsil is red-brown, thickened, and friable (necrotic).

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_009
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, rectum. There are multiple linear mucosal hemorrhages.
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Avian, rectum. There are multiple linear mucosal hemorrhages.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_010
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, cloaca. The mucosa is hyperemic and contains foci of hemorrhage.
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Avian, cloaca. The mucosa is hyperemic and contains foci of hemorrhage.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_011
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, colon. The mucosa contains multiple sharply demarcated foci of hemorrhage and necrosis.
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Avian, colon. The mucosa contains multiple sharply demarcated foci of hemorrhage and necrosis.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_012
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, proventriculus. The proximal mucosa is eroded and covered by a fibrinonecrotic (diphtheritic) membrane.
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Avian, proventriculus. The proximal mucosa is eroded and covered by a fibrinonecrotic (diphtheritic) membrane.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_013
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, cecal tonsil necrosis.
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Avian, cecal tonsil necrosis.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_014
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, diphtheritic laryngo-tracheitis
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Avian, diphtheritic laryngo-tracheitis

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_015
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, segmental intestinal necrosis, mucosal.
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Avian, segmental intestinal necrosis, mucosal.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_016
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Newcastle Disease: Avian, segmental intestinal necrosis, mucosal.
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Avian, segmental intestinal necrosis, mucosal.

Credit: California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System
Photo ID: ND_017
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These images were annotated by Dr. Steve Sorden and Dr. Claire Andreasen and funding was provided by a USDA Higher Education Challenge Grant in collaboration with the Iowa State University Department of Veterinary Pathology, Center for Food Security and Public Health, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, and Plum Island Animal Disease Center.