PDD

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PDDPervasive Developmental Disorder
PDDProject Design Document
PDDPresidential Decision Directive (part of NSC)
PDDProject Document Design
PDDProduct Design Description
PDDPhysical Database Design
PDDPlatform Device Driver
PDDPhoto Deluxe Document
PDDPhysical Device Driver
PDDPortable Digital Document
PDDPhoto Deluxe Data
PDDProduct Data Definition
PDDProfessional Development Day (school teachers)
PDDParties du Discours (French: Parts of Speech)
PDDPremenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
PDDProventricular Dilatation Disease
PDDPhotodynamic Diagnosis
PDDPost Dial Delay (New Global)
PDDPartenariat de Developpement (French: Partnership Development; EU)
PDDProduct Design and Development
PDDProfessional Disc for DATA
PDDProfessional Development Department (various organizations)
PDDPresidentially Declared Disaster
PDDPuy de Dôme (France)
PDDProfessional Development District (various schools)
PDDPsychophysiological Detection of Deception (polygraph)
PDDPrescribed Daily Dose
PDDProject Definition Document
PDDProportional Delay Differentiation
PDDDjibouti Development Party
PDDPortable Disk Drive (various companies)
PDDPercentage Depth Dose (radiation therapy)
PDDPrecision Device Distributors (South Africa)
PDDPublic Defender Department (New Mexico)
PDDPortable Digital Document (QuickDraw GX, Mac OS)
PDDProventricular Dilation Disease
PDDPreliminary Design Document
PDDPresidential Disaster Declaration
PDDPaperless Direct Debit (UK)
PDDProduct Definition Data
PDDPulsed Discharge Detector
PDDPlatform-Dependent Driver
PDDPayment Due Date
PDDProvision for Doubtful Debts
PDDPersonnel Detection Device
PDDProgram Description Document
PDDPersons with Developmental Disability
PDDPatient's Dental Dictionary
PDDProgram Design Document
PDDPage Description Diagram
PDDProgram Design Description
PDDPayload Definition Document
PDDPedigree Devil Dog (US Marine Corps)
PDDProgressive Diaphyseal Dysplasia
PDDProduct Development Detachment
PDDPriority Delivery Date
PDDProgram Definition Document
PDDPre Dinner Drink(s)
PDDPost Delivery Date
PDDProjected Departure Date
PDDProjected Decision Date
PDDPlanned Delivery Date
PDDProcess Decomposition Diagram (Sprint)
PDDPersonal Development Dialogue
PDDPreliminary Due Date
PDDPrecision Depth Digitizer
PDDPackage Designation & Description
PDDProgram/Process Dependency Diagram
PDDPerformance Description Document
PDDPoint Detonating Delay (fuse)
PDDPerl Data Dump
PDDPost-Decorrelative Detector
PDDParameter Dependency Diagram (systems management)
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Recovery of divergent avian bornaviruses from cases of proventricular dilatation disease: identification of a candidate etiologic agent.
Clinical management of psittacine birds affected with proventricular dilatation disease. Proc Annu Conf Assoc Avian Vet.
Novel bornavirus in psittacine birds with proventricular dilatation disease. Emerg Infect Dis.
Proventricular dilatation disease. In: Ritchie BW, editor.
Avian bornavirus is present in many tissues of psittacine birds with histopathologic evidence of proventricular dilatation disease. J Vet Diagn Invest.
In conclusion, the results reported here together with previous findings confirm unequivocally that the long-sought cause of proventricular dilatation disease is indeed avian bornavirus.
Abstract: Avian bornavirus (ABV) is a known cause of proventricular dilatation disease in parrots and encephalitis in waterfowl and is a significant cause of both morbidity and mortality in captive birds.
Proventricular dilatation disease (PDD) is a fatal, progressive neurological disorder of psittacine birds, which is caused by a single-stranded RNA virus, the avian bornavirus (ABV).
Abstract: An isolate of genotype 2 avian bornavirus (ABV) was recovered from a cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) that was euthanatized for an unrelated lesion and showing no clinical evidence of proventricular dilatation disease (PDD).
While most diseases have little effect, I can think of a few examples where disease is limiting some species that are already in serious endangerment of extinction such as proventricular dilatation disease in Spix's macaws, lead toxicosis in the California condor, and diclofenac toxicosis in vultures in the Indian subcontinent.
Infectious causes include Escherichia coli, Pasteurella species, polyomavirus, West Nile virus, proventricular dilatation disease (bornavirus), Toxoplasma gondii, and Sarcocystis species.
Based on these findings, a strong suspicion of proventricular dilatation disease (PDD) was made.