Liver (bovine)

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Hepatic abscesses in an adult bovine

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In a 37-month-old cattle carcass belonging to the brown Pyrenees breed, multiple nodules of 2 to 3 cm in diameter were observed in the liver, with a soft, yellowish content with purulent appearance. When removing the liver with the rest of the viscera, adhesions to the rumen were observed and an abscess with blackish fluid content ruptured. (more…)

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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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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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…)

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