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Infectious Coryza or Coryza as it is generally known is caused by a bacteria, Haenophilus, infecting intraorbital sinuses and conjunctiva.

The facial swelling,  as seen in the picture, is due to either clear or purulent material that may discharge from the nostrils. In chronic cases the yellowish, cheesy material is present in the intraorbital sinuses. Infection tends to become chronic in the flock.

 

 


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