After proper diagnosis (and if treated early), the veterinarian can cure Aspergillosis disease with anti-fungal drugs. And because the symptoms of this disease are similar to other respiratory infections, you must be vigilant and take your bird to the veterinarian if any of these symptoms become apparent.
Aspergillosis disease in birds can be prevented with a few simple precautions: you should maintain good hygiene, nutrition and ventilation for your bird.
The windpipe; it carries air from the bronchi to the mouth
upper respiratory tract
The section of the respiratory system that contains the mouth, nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, and epiglottis.
The term used to refer to a bird’s voice organ
A type of slime that is made up of certain salts, cells, or leukocytes
A condition of poor health that results from poor feeding or no feeding at all
An avian term; refers to pockets in the respiratory system of birds that hold air and allow them the ability to fly and the buoyancy necessary to do so.