Lymphoid (bovine)

Fungal lymphadenitis in calves

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This year we received 10 cases of fungal lymphadenitis in calves, out of a total of 55 suspected tuberculosis samples (18.2%). In this post we have compiled images to familiarize you with the variety of the macroscopic looks of these lesions. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (86)

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What is your diagnosis? (85)

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What is your diagnosis? (81)

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What is your diagnosis? (77)

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The 100 granuloma challenge

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As the New Year begins, it is time to make resolutions so that the one coming is better than the previous. From SESC we propose one for 2019: The 100 granuloma challenge! (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (19)

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Tuberculous lesions: why is it important to confirm the diagnosis?

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Passive surveillance based on the detection of tuberculous lesions in slaughtered animals is key to the eradication of tuberculosis. (more…)

Tuberculosis surveillance in slaughterhouses

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Tuberculosis is a zoonosis caused by bacteria of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex. In Catalonia, in the last 5 years, cases of bovine tuberculosis have decreased considerably due to the program being carried out to eradicate this disease. (more…)

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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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