Liver (bovine)

Any given day in a ruminant slaughterhouse (2/2)

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We continue with this second post dedicated to the lesions that were observed in condemned viscera from bovine carcasses.
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What is your diagnosis? (65)

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Parasitic cholangitis in bovine liver

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One of the most common reasons for bovine liver condemnation at slaughterhose is the distomatosis or infestation of the liver by flukes, parasites of the class trematoda  (also called trematodosis). This nomenclature includes parasites of the families Fasciolidae, Dicrocoeliidae and Opistorchiidae. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (50)

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What is your diagnosis? (49)

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What is your diagnosis? (47)

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Heart and liver lesions in a calf

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In a male, one year old, friesian calf the presence of abundant reddish exudate was observed in the pericardial sac. The liver was also involved, it was pale and with a conspicuous lobular pattern. (more…)

Hepatic cirrhosis in a calf

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In a 9 months old, mixed breed calf an increase in size of the liver was noticed, it had a hardened consistency and multiple nodules separated by paler tissue.
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Bilirubin vs. Carotenoids

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In a male, Rotbunte breed, 18 months old, bovine carcass a yellowish discoloration was observed in the adipose tissue, tendons and lymph nodes. The latter were slightly enlarged and edematous. (more…)

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