Pathology and pathogenesis of bursal
side rotator cuff tears viewed from en bloc histologic sections.
Acute infectious bursal
disease in poultry: a review.
History of Gumboro (infectious bursal
disease) in Pakistan.
Caption: Figure 8: Partial supraspinatus tear on interstitial and bursal
If the hyperuricemia is left untreated for many years, painless subcutaneous or bursal
deposits of aggregated crystals of MSU or tophi form, and the patient develops nephropathy and urolithiasis.
Detached the origin of the deltoid from the scapula and clavicle and reflected it laterally to visualise the anterior, superior and posterior parts of the bursal
surface of rotator cuff.
The study enrolled 33 patients with chronic, degenerative, intermediate- (n=12) to high-grade (n=21) partial-thickness tears (11 articular, 10 bursal
, four intra-substance, eight hybrid) of the supraspinatus tendon.
Traditionally, infectious bursal
disease virus (IBDV), the causative agent of infectious bursal
disease (IBD), was isolated through inoculation of suspected samples into 9 to 11-day-old CEE via CAM route .
Aspiration of bursal
fluid was performed, with microscopic evaluation revealing rare polarizable crystals consistent with pseudogout.
We cut the attached thick fibrous tissue attached around the distal stalk, which was considered to be a bursal
In one study, performed many years ago, it was found that the existence of bursal
fluid was much more common among those patients with acute symptoms of a full RCT than those with chronic symptoms (7).
Characterization of chicken thymic and bursal
Wang et al  demonstrated that gga-miRNA-21 can inhibit replication of infectious bursal
virus through down-regulating of infectious bursal
disease virus viral structural protein viral protein 1 at translation level .
Saxena has made original research contributions in diagnosis and control of brucellosis and Hemorrhagic Septicemia in cattle and molecular pathogenesis of Infectious bursal
disease of chickens.