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What is your diagnosis? (85)

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Chronic liver disease in a calf

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In a ten-month-old Friesian calf carcass hepatomegaly was observed along with a hardened consistency and irregular liver surface. Upon section, multiple nodulations were observed. There were no thickened bile ducts or distended gallbladder. The sample was sent as a suspicion of cirrhosis, cholangiohepatitis or necrotizing hepatitis. (more…)

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Multifocal necrotizing myositis in a pig carcass

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In a 6-month-old pig carcass, a lesion affecting the muscles of the back and, partially, the subcutaneous fat was observed with yellowish coloration and hardened consistency. (more…)

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Poor cod gills with copepod parasitization

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Images were submitted of a fish market of a Poor cod (or Trisopterus minutus capelanus) that presents a parasite attached to the gills. (more…)

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Arteriosclerosis in a calf’s myocardium

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Heart of a twelve-month-old cross-breed calf presenting a focal nodular lesion of approximately 1 cm in diameter located at the subendocardial level of the left ventricle. It protrudes into the lumen of the ventricle and has a homogeneous whitish appearance and increased consistency. The sample was submitted as a suspicion of bovine Cysticercosis. (more…)

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Year 2019 summary

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During 2019 SESC has managed a total of 149 queries. Of these, 6 were solely telematic and the remaining 143 requests included samples for laboratorial analysis. (more…)

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