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SE Adams WM Johnson PJ , et al. Prognostic accuracy of the proventriculus: keel ratio for short-term survival in psittacines with proventricular disease . Vet Radiol Ultrasound 2009 ; 50 : 483 – 486 . 10.1111/j.1740-8261.2009.01582.x 5

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cysts in two psittacine species . J Zoo Wildl Med 2004 ; 2 : 185 – 196 . 6. Schmidt RE Reavill DR Phalen DN . Pathology of pet and aviary birds . Ames, Iowa : Iowa State Press , 2003 ; 154 .

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specimen obtained by use of endoscopy revealed hepatic lipidosis, which commonly affects psittacines. 2,4 The cause of hepatic lipidosis is unknown, but proposed contributing factors include nutritional deficiencies, lack of exercise, obesity, metabolic

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cranially. The craniofacial joint of parrots, a true joint between the upper beak and the brain case, allows even greater mobility of the upper beak. 3 Psittacines in particular have a mobile craniofacial joint. The quadrate bone is crucial in allowing this

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