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atherosclerosis in pet psittacine birds typically develops in older birds fed a nutritionally unbalanced diet, with risk factors similar to those described for human atherosclerosis. 2,7 Parrots can develop a central form of atherosclerosis, in which the great

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reference values currently available. Radiographic measurements of the cardiac silhouette in avian species were first reported for Amazon parrots in 1994 1 and have since been determined for other psittacine species (African grey parrots [Psittacus

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– 180 . 10.1053/saep.2001.24674 10. Krautwald-Junghanns ME , Kostka V , Dorsch B . Comparative studies on the diagnostic value of conventional radiography and computed tomography in evaluating the heads of psittacine and raptorial birds . J

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