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It sounds like Marek's disease, I'm so rorry
  • Classical Marek's disease or neurolymphomatosis causes asymmetric paralysis of one or more limbs. With vagus nerve involvement, difficulty breathing or dilation of the cropmay occur. Besides lesions in the peripheral nerves, there are frequently lymphomatous infiltration/tumours in the skin, skeletal muscle, visceral organs. Organs that are commonly affected include the ovary, spleen, liver, kidneys, lungs, heart, proventriculus and adrenals.
 

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It could also be a vitamin deficiency. Mareks usually presents as flaccid. If the toes are curled I would try additional vitamins, especially the B vitamins.
 
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