fowl pox


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fowl pox

[′fau̇l ‚päks]
(veterinary medicine)
A disease of birds caused by a virus and characterized by wartlike nodules on the skin, particularly on the head.
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Fowl pox virus does not perpetrate in tad skin, some break in the skin is required for the virus to enter the cells, grow and cause disease.
Both flocks had suspected fowl pox outbreaks during September.
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Broilers can still become infected with REV through infection with fowl pox virus containing REV.