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staining protocol, and compare the percentages of reticulocyte types with polychromatophil percentage in blood samples from birds. Additionally, determination of a reference interval for polychromatophils in psittacines was undertaken. Materials and

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gastrointestinal tract in psittacine birds (1 to 6 hours, compared with 14 to 45 hours in dogs and 24 to 48 hours in cats) 28–32 enables passage of intact RBCs, regardless of the site of hemorrhage. This may be true for healthy birds but has not been evaluated. In

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avian diagnostics . J Avian Med Surg 1998 ; 12 : 4 – 10 . 21. Cray C Zielzienski-Roberts K Bonda M , et al . Antemortem diagnosis of sarcocytosis in psittacine birds . J Avian Med Surg 2005 ; 19 : 208 – 215 . 10

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revealed poor agreement between results of veterinary and human POC glucose meters and those of a laboratory analyzer, thus leading the authors to discourage the use of both human and veterinary POC glucose meters for psittacine species. 5,6 A study 1 of

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