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The severe “leaky gut” or increased small-intestine permeability that occurs during and for some time following rotavirus infections (one of the most common causes of acute diarrheal illness in children) exposes the gut-associated immune cells to large quantities of intact proteins. Vitamin D Deficiency Emerging evidence indicates that vitamin D supplementation from cod liver oil and other sources during early childhood can prevent type 1 diabetes. One study found that the use of vitamin D from cod liver oil during pregnancy significantly reduced the frequency of type 1 in their children. Because vitamin D can be produced in the body by the action of sunlight on the skin, lack of sun exposure during childhood may also play a role and partially explain the higher type 1 rates in northern countries. In recent observational studies, vitamin D has been shown to prevent the development of autoimmune conditions, including attacks on beta cells; the degree of protection is dose dependent. The mechanisms responsible for this effect may be related to improved cell membrane function, leading to enhanced antioxidant status and suppression of the formation of inflammatory compounds known as cytokines. Nitrates are produced by agricultural runoff from fertilizers; they are also used in cured or smoked meats such as ham, hot dogs, bacon, and jerky to keep the food from spoiling. Infants and young children are believed to be particularly vulnerable to the harmful effects of nitrate exposure. One of the most alarming features of type 1 is that it is becoming much more prevalent, with a current growth rate of 3% per year worldwide. Increased nitrate exposure may be a key factor; nitrate levels in ground and surface waters of agricultural regions have increased over the past 40 years. Nitrate contamination occurs in geographic patterns related to the amount of nitrogen contributed by fertilizers, manure, and airborne sources such as automobile and industrial emissions. 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In a study of newly diagnosed type 1 diabetics, seven patients were given 3 g niacinamide per day and nine were given a placebo. After six months, five patients in the niacinamide group and two in the placebo group were still not taking insulin and had normal blood glucose and hemoglobin A1C. At 12 months, three patients in the niacinamide group but none in the placebo group were in clinical remission. As of 2004, there had been 12 studies of niacinamide treatment in patients with recent-onset type 1, or type 1 of less than five years’ duration, and who still had some functional beta cells. Of 10 double- blind, placebo-controlled studies, 5 showed a positive effect compared with a placebo in terms of prolonging the period in which insulin was not yet required, lower insulin requirements when the hormone was required, improved metabolic control, and increased beta cell function as determined by secretion of a substance known as C-peptide. In the 5 studies that showed a positive result, patients had a higher baseline fasting C-peptide level, and patients were generally older than in the negative studies. The first of these studies, the Deutsche Nicotinamide Intervention Study, did not show much of an effect with 1. It is possible that such a formulation did not allow for sufficient peak levels of niacinamide to block autoimmune mechanisms. Nonetheless, the fact that some patients have had a complete reversal of their disease makes its use certainly worth the effort, especially since there is currently no other reasonable alternative. The dosage recommendation is based on body weight: 25 to 50 mg niacinamide per kg of body weight, up to a maximum dosage of 3 g per day, in divided doses. However, because large doses of niacinamide could possibly harm the liver, a blood test for liver enzymes should be performed every three months to rule out liver damage. The line of research on its potential role in recent-onset type 1 diabetes began with examining the bark from the Malabar kino tree (Pterocarpus marsupium). This botanical medicine has a long history of use in India as a treatment for diabetes. Initially, epicatechin extracted from the bark was shown to prevent beta cell damage in rats. Further research indicated that both epicatechin and a crude alcohol extract of P. Another reason is that green tea polyphenols exhibit significant antiviral activity against rotaviruses and enteroviruses, two types of virus suspected of being involved in the development of type 1. Recommended dosage for green tea extract in children younger than age 6 is 50 to 150 mg; for children 6 to 12 years old, it is 100 to 200 mg; for children over 12 and adults, it is 150 to 300 mg. The green tea extract should have a polyphenol content of at least 80% and be decaffeinated. Type 2 Diabetes Causes The major risk factor for type 2 diabetes is obesity or, more precisely, excess body fat. Approximately 80 to 90% of individuals with type 2 are obese (body mass index greater than 30). When fat cells (adipocytes), particularly those around the abdomen, become full of fat, they secrete a number of biological molecules (e. Also important is that as the number and size of adipocytes (fat cells) increase, this leads to a reduction in the secretion of compounds that promote insulin action, including adiponectin, a protein produced by fat cells. Not only is adiponectin associated with improved insulin sensitivity, but it also has anti-inflammatory activity, lowers triglycerides, and blocks the development of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries). The net effect of all of these actions is that fat cells severely stress blood glucose control mechanisms, as well as lead to the development of the major complication of diabetes, atherosclerosis. Because of all these newly discovered hormones secreted by adipocytes, many experts now consider adipose tissue to be part of the endocrine system, joining glands such as the pituitary, the adrenals, and the thyroid. As metabolic stress increases and insulin resistance becomes more significant, eventually the pancreas cannot compensate and elevations in blood glucose levels develop. As the disease progresses from insulin resistance to full-blown diabetes, the pancreas starts to “burn out” and produces less insulin.

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Reference values for twelve chemical and physical variables established in super- natants of pigeon urine (7000 G for 2 minutes) col- Urinalysis lected with the cloacal cannula method have been established (Table 21. Urinalysis may give an early warning of renal damage or impaired renal Urine production 2. Signs of renal Flow-osmol factor 237-1847mOsmol/ml/kg/h damage or impaired renal function include prote- Glucose 0-3. In polyuric Osmolality and Specific Gravity cases, collection of a urine sample is relatively simple The low urine osmolality as reported in Table 21. It is important that the urine osmolality of blood plasma, due to the presence of sample be relatively free of urates to ensure the reptilian-type nephrons as well as mammalian type diagnostic value of microscopic examination of the 29,44 nephrons. Sediments obtained from the total renal avian species that are adapted to desert situations fraction of the excreta will contain excessive urates; (Zebra Finch and budgerigar). Clinically vive long periods (up to a month) without water normal birds have a tendency to become polyuric 41 under certain conditions; however, domesticated when in a stressful environment (eg, the veterinary budgerigars and finches that are provided free-choice clinic). In these birds, a urine sample is easy to obtain water may lose much of their compensatory ability. This will result in the excretion of urine frac- Australian semidesert and has a low turnover rate of tion that has not moved retrograde into the large water, but has a limited renal concentrating ability intestine where absorption of water and salts typi- with a maximal urine:plasma osmotic ratio of only cally occurs. In this species, the large intestine has been Urate-free urine samples should be examined for adapted to preserve water. The high resorptive ca- specific gravity or osmolality, color, clearness, pH, pacity may be related to increased folding of the protein, glucose, hemoglobin and the sediment mucosal surface, which increases the surface area by a factor of five. Cranial (k1), middle This was a breeding male that died after a (k2) and caudal (k3) divisions of the kidney brief period of severe depression. Uric acid adhere tightly to the synsacrum in the dor- deposits were also present in the pericar- sal abdominal wall. Structures been removed to show the relationship of that are clearly visible are cranial (k1), the kidneys with the synsacrum (s) and the middle (k2) and caudal (k3) divisions of the sacral nerve plexus (arrow). Other struc- kidney, right and left testicles (t), lung (lu), tures that are easily identified include the ureter (open arrow), caudal renal vein (ar- lung (lu), left ovary (o) and oviduct (open row). Histologic evaluation of abdominal and caudal thoracic air sacs a fine-needle aspirate was suggestive of were thickened, and a velvet-like yellow adenocarcinoma in the lung. A renal mass material was present on the surface of the identified at gross necropsy was confirmed membranes (arrow). This bird had dle divisions of the left kidney and the is- no clinical changes suggestive of rear limb chiatic nerve (open arrow) were also in- ataxia or weakness, which frequently ac- volved. The ovary (o), ovi- extension to the kidneys and nerves was duct (open arrow), ischium (i), external iliac the cause of death in this bird. Articular gout is common in Hemorrhage and swelling of the right cra- some birds secondary to renal dysfunction. A three-year-old budgerigar was presented with a two-week history of progressive Color 21. The bird was Iron storage disease is a common cause of first noted with dyspnea about three death in toucans and mynahs. Excessive months prior to presentation and was se- accumulation of iron is usually present in verely dyspneic during the physical exami- the liver but can also occur in the kidney nation. Histologic changes in Other structures that are clearly visible the right kidney (rk) were consistent with include the ovary (o), oviduct (arrow) and a renal adenocarcinoma, and the left kid- the caudal renal vein (open arrow) (cour- ney (lk) had undergone cystic changes. In this case, polyuria in a juvenile immature gallinaceous hen in end-stage re- Blue and Gold Macaw occurred secondary nal failure. Note that trointestinal tract or cloaca, which is com- the tubules are white and filled with urates mon. In could be visualized through the skin (as in this cockatiel with severe metritis, both Color 21. This should be fluid part of the excreta (urine) can be recovered considered when evaluating the values for these cat- immediately after excretion. The Cl– concentration in osmolality in excreted samples tend to be higher than the urine mainly depends on the concentration of those obtained from cloacal cannula samples. The cloacal cannula method would be expected to provide a better impres- ammonia concentration in urine, which is caused by sion of the renal concentrating capacity of a patient. In Protein polyuric birds without a diminished concentrating ca- In healthy pigeons, protein concentrations in urine pacity, one day of water deprivation should be sufficient collected with the cloacal cannula method can be as to cause a demonstrable rise in urine osmolality. The excretion of mucoproteins and glycoproteins in the distal portion of the nephrons Because the specific gravity of urine has a positive and the ureters is responsible for this low level pro- correlation with the osmolality, it should be possible teinuria. Proteinuria is usually minimal or ab- the correlation between refractometric readings and sent in diseases that primarily involve the tubules or osmometric values before refractometry can be rec- interstitial tissue. Some practitioners believe that they can kidneys can lead to severe hypoproteinemia. Most urine dip-sticks are too insensitive to distin- guish between moderate and severe proteinuria and Polyuria is confirmed by demonstrating hypotonic may not properly detect proteinuria in polyuric pa- urine (osmolality, mOsmol/l or specific gravity ). A false-positive protein result is common in psittacine birds that have had an alkaline urine. The Flow-osmol Factor 16 use of the Ponceau S method for determination of The flow-osmol factor can be defined as the product urine protein concentration is recommended. With of the osmolality and urine volume per hour per this method, protein is precipitated with trichlo- kilogram. This value provides the limits within roacetic acid in the presence of the dye Ponceau S. There is a negative correlation ide, and the color intensity is measured spectro- between osmolality and urine flow. Polyuria and polydipsia accompanied by glucosuria do not always indicate diabetes mellitus. Diabetes It is known that large quantities of cations are mellitus can be diagnosed only if elevated plasma trapped in uric acid precipitates. Various cast types and cellular elements can be renal glucosuria, hyperaminoaciduria and hyper- encountered in urinary sediment (Color 21. Cel- phosphaturia, as well as renal loss of potassium, lular casts can contain epithelial cells, erythrocytes, bicarbonate, water and other substances conserved leukocytes, bacteria and fungi. Casts be considered as the final result of any one of many that have no cellular elements but have a yellow-or- possible primary insults to proximal tubular func- ange color are suggestive of hemoglobin casts.

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By the end of the are formed during the replication cycle contains het- replication cycle, enzymes produced by the intracel- erologous “new” antigens, which are assumed to be lular parasite may induce lysis of the host cell (48 host-specific. These enzymes are tine stations, breeding farms, multispecies aviaries, susceptible to antibiotics. Endotoxicosis may occur in pet shops) of chlamydia can change the physico- the host cell when lysosomes are destroyed and en- chemical properties and, therefore, the antigenic dosomatic enzymes are released into the cytoplasm. Maturation of the noninfectious reticulate the newly acquired characteristics are not truly sta- bodies into infectious elementary bodies involves the ble. Chlamydia-specific lipopolysaccharide The outcome of an infection is dependent on the ratio is brought to the host cell surface concomitantly with of elementary bodies to macrophages. Mature inclusion body densely packed with progeny reticulate bodies and elementary bodies. The reticulate body ap- pears to be oriented to permit penetration of its surface projec- tions through the inclusion membrane into the eukaryotic cytoplasm (arrow); x 48,000. Low doses that between 30 and 70% of the birds tested are of a virulent strain are rapidly inactivated by infected. If the macrophage is damaged, the chances of the Transmission chlamydial organism to survive are reduced. Low doses of a nonvirulent strain do not stimulate an Elementary bodies present in feather dust and dried appropriate lytic reaction, resulting in macrophages feces are primarily dispersed through air circulation. Vertical transmission life span of these epithelioid cells should govern the through the egg has been documented in domesti- duration of antibiotic treatment. However, nothing is cated ducks,32,47 Black-headed Gulls32 and budgeri- known about the longevity of these transformed cells gars,44 and has been suggested in turkeys. Incomplete autosteriliza- in the feces (up to 105 infectious units per gram of tion and phagocytosis into “new” macrophages favor feces), urine, lacrimal fluid, nasal discharge, mucous the selection of strains with low virulence for the from the oral and pharyngeal cavities and “crop milk” species in question. Insufficient information is shedding of large numbers of chlamydia that might available to establish the periods during which birds be highly virulent for other avian species. Stability of Chlamydia The infectious elementary bodies, which can be Cockatiels are frequent carriers of chlamydia and stained as described by Giemsa, Gimenez, Stamp, can shed the agent in the feces for more than one year Macchiavello or Castaneda, can survive outside the following an active infection. Infected ducks have host (protected by proteinaceous material) and inside been shown to shed chlamydia in the feces for 100 host cells for several weeks (see Color 10). Bacterial- days, and harbor the organism on the nasal mucosa induced destruction of tissues and the presence of for 170 days. Chlamydia is this theory cannot be substantiated using improved particularly sensitive to heat and one percent for- methods of chlamydial detection. Quaternary ers may begin to shed the organism following a ammonium compounds and lipid solvents are poor stressful event. Infectivity has tion of infections within a flock during a four- to been shown to be destroyed within minutes by ben- five-month period cannot be confirmed. As a rule, infected birds, cattle, sheep and goats readily trans- the organism is well adapted to avian hosts and mit chlamydia to other members of the same species. A newly imported Amazon parrot with chlamydiosis Clinical disease is precipitated mainly by human-in- was thought to have infected a cat that was restricted duced conditions and procedures. However, surveys of imported and domes- There are considerable differences between the sus- tically bred Psittaciformes as well as free-ranging ceptibility of various host species to chlamydia. Similar differences are described with varying chlamydial strains in the same host spe- These interactions of the host immune system and cies. Macaws and Amazon parrots tion times, clinical signs and pathology noted with chlamydial infections. These are generalizations with many excep- adjacent serosal membranes can lead to polyserosi- tis, including pericarditis. Given the high number of birds with anti- often fatal illness in young birds or with nonhost- bodies to chlamydia, most primary infections must adapted chlamydial strains. The precondition for occur without the development of obvious clinical such an adaptation is a latent infection of some time signs. The amount of antitoxic strains can be most dramatic when they infect a 19,28 antibodies seems too low to induce some immunity. The surface of the elemen- tary bodies contains hepatotoxic and nephrotoxic components that disappear once the organism enters the host cell. The toxins are once again a factor following replication and release of progeny elemen- tary bodies from the host cell. These toxins present on the elementary bodies induce the production of antibodies that neutralize the toxins and destroy infectivity. These toxins have not been isolated and characterized, but they are believed to be related to the few proteinaceous-specific membrane antigens of the intact elementary body. If an elementary body is phagocytized and is not coated with opsonins, the organism can survive and replicate within the macro- phage. During persistent infection, chlamydia re- a 12-day history of progressive upper respiratory disease, polyuria (biliverdinuria), diarrhea and anorexia. On presentation, the bird main within a membrane-bound compartment and had a severe rhinitis, conjunctivitis, severe dyspnea and emacia- release infectious progeny and antigens via exocy- tion (275 g). Chlamydia antigen was 5 detected in the feces and on a pharyngeal swab by antigen-capture microorganisms from an infected cell. The client had an upper respiratory disease and flu-like exocytosed antigens released from the cells may not symptoms. African Grey Parrots are generally considered resistant to chlamydiosis, I-restricted cytotoxic T-lymphocytes. This allows in- but as indicated by this case, under some conditions they can fection, and probably reinfection, to occur and be become sick. The minimum incubation period for naturally Heterophils Normal infected Psittaciformes is 42 days. These infected birds Bile acids Elevated (> 2 times normal) may shed the organism for several months while remaining asymptomatic. Extreme environmental changes or concurrent infections may activate per- A distinct, sometimes recurrent, keratoconjunctivitis sistent infections, resulting in the occurrence of clini- with no other, or only subtle, signs has been de- cal disease. Epizooitologically, outbreaks in offspring scribed for small Australian parakeets (especially in from asymptomatically infected parents and young the genus Neophema), pigeons, ducks, and European birds to which they are exposed are common. Conjunctivitis and Clinical Signs nasal discharge are characteristic of chlamydiosis in Young birds exposed to high doses of a virulent strain domestic pigeons. Mortality rates of the ophthalmic develop acute systemic infections frequently result- form are about 10%, but can reach 100% if un- ing in death. Birds with persistent infections may not be recog- Subacute or protracted diseases are typical for all nized until they infect other animals or their caretak- avian species with a reduced susceptibility or for ers. The documentation of infections in nestlings those infected with a moderately virulent strain. Acute lesions are characterized by hepa- nic-tonic convulsions, tremors and opisthotonos.

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