Hexamitiasis

Hexamitiasis

Hexamitiasis is caused by the Hexamita Columbae. They move straight forward, unlike the trichomonads, which make a kind of seductive movement. That's because the vibrators are placed differently.

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Hexamitiasis Hexamitiasis is caused by the Hexamita Columbae.
This flagellant belongs to the same family as the trichomonas, the trigger of the yellow .
Unlike the trichomoniasis at the pigeon, which is found mainly in the throat and the body, this parasite is housed in the intestine. The hexamithiasis occurs mainly in young pigeons who get diarrhea and become generally ill. Old pigeons can carry this parasite with no noticeable problems.
 
In the body heat stool or by means of a cloaca smear, these parasites can be seen using a microscope. They can still be seen with a 10x10 magnification and are even smaller than the trichomonads.
They move straight ahead, unlike the trichomonads, which make a kind of seductive movement. That's because the vibrators are placed differently.
For the treatment of hexamithiasis, contact a veterinarian.