Cystadenocarcinomas of airsac origin in four cockatoos.

Shane Raidal, PL. Shearer, R, Butler, D. Monks

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Abstract

Primary respiratory tract neoplasia is uncommon in companion birds or at least there are insufficient reports of cases to make judgements on their risk factors or biological behaviour. In Moluccan cockatoos (Cacatua moluccensis) a primary mucinous adenocarcinoma within the right humerus has been reported in a 13-year-old male and a cystadenocarcinoma protruding from the right axilla and also involving the humerus has also been described. A primary bronchial carcinoma with haematogenous metastasis to the right humerus has been reported in an African grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus) and, as in other animal species, metastatic spread of carcinomas to the lung is possible in birds but is probably even rarer than primary respiratory neoplasia. In this paper we describe the clinicpathological, radiographic and histological features of 4 cases of air sac cystadenocarcinoma that presented as primary causes of respiratory distress in 3 galahs (Eolophus roseicapilla) and a sulphur crested cockatoo (Cacatua galerita). The pathogenesis and diagnosis of these lesions are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnusual and exotic pet veterinarians annual conference proceedings
Place of PublicationPalmerston North
PublisherAustralian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians
Pages159-163
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2006
EventAustralian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians Annual Conference - Wellington, New Zealand, New Zealand
Duration: 02 Sep 200606 Sep 2006

Conference

ConferenceAustralian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians Annual Conference
CountryNew Zealand
Period02/09/0606/09/06

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Cockatoos
Cystadenocarcinoma
Humerus
Birds
Parrots
Air Sacs
Mucinous Adenocarcinoma
Axilla
Bronchogenic Carcinoma
Sulfur
Respiratory System
Neoplasms
Neoplasm Metastasis
Carcinoma
Lung

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Raidal, S., Shearer, PL., Butler, R., & Monks, D. (2006). Cystadenocarcinomas of airsac origin in four cockatoos. In Unusual and exotic pet veterinarians annual conference proceedings (pp. 159-163). Palmerston North: Australian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians.
Raidal, Shane ; Shearer, PL. ; Butler, R, ; Monks, D. / Cystadenocarcinomas of airsac origin in four cockatoos. Unusual and exotic pet veterinarians annual conference proceedings. Palmerston North : Australian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians, 2006. pp. 159-163
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Raidal, S, Shearer, PL, Butler, R & Monks, D 2006, Cystadenocarcinomas of airsac origin in four cockatoos. in Unusual and exotic pet veterinarians annual conference proceedings. Australian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians, Palmerston North, pp. 159-163, Australian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians Annual Conference, New Zealand, 02/09/06.

Cystadenocarcinomas of airsac origin in four cockatoos. / Raidal, Shane; Shearer, PL.; Butler, R,; Monks, D.

Unusual and exotic pet veterinarians annual conference proceedings. Palmerston North : Australian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians, 2006. p. 159-163.

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Raidal S, Shearer PL, Butler R, Monks D. Cystadenocarcinomas of airsac origin in four cockatoos. In Unusual and exotic pet veterinarians annual conference proceedings. Palmerston North: Australian Committee Association of Avian Veterinarians. 2006. p. 159-163