Salpingitis

Salpingitis is inflammation in a hen’s oviduct, as a result of an infection. Multiple pathogens can cause a secondary salpingitis infection. Infections may spread upward from the cloaca or downward from another infection in the hen’s body. Respiratory infections are known to lead to salpingitis.

Under normal circumstances, microscopic cells constantly push debris and mucous out of the body. If this process slows or the cells are damaged, there is a higher risk of infection.

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