Neoplasia (bovine)

Parasites? No, peripheral nerve sheath tumors

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On the same week, we received two suspected cases of bovine cysticercosis due to muscle lesions observed in two cattle from different geographical sources. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (23)

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At the end of the post you can vote for the right diagnosis! (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (15)

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What is your diagnosis? (11)

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What is your diagnosis? (9)

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Where does this calf hide its heart?

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In a batch of 14 calves with lesions of pleuritis and pleural adherences to the costal wall, one animal presented also with a lesion in the heart, of tumorous aspect, multilobulated, of soft consistency and of a whitish to reddish coloration which completely obliterated the pericardial sac. (more…)

Not always cysticercosis

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When the myocardium incisions were performed. in a Parda Alpina breed cow , older than six years of age, a whitish lesion was observed, vesicle-like, which, once cut, it protruded relative to muscle tissue. There were no other lesions in the inspected skeletal muscles (masseter and diaphragm). (more…)

Nodular lesions in the pleura, peritoneum and viscerae of a calf

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Widespread nodular lesions were found in the thoracic and abodminal cavities of an 11 months old male calf. The pleura and peritoneum were involved as were viscerae such as the heart, lungs and liver. An abundant yellowish exsudate was also present. (more…)

Sporadic bovine lymphoma in calves

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A 10-month calf was reported with generalized lymphadenopathy and enlargement of the liver, spleen and thymus. There was also a proliferation of intercostal fat. (more…)

Nodular cystic lesions in the abdominal cavity.

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In a 15 years old, female cow of the breed Bruna dels pririneus, multiple nodular cystic lesions were observed in the abdominal cavity. (more…)

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