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Dermal melanocytoma in a calf

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In a 10 months, male, friesian calf a pedunculated, spherical mass of about 20cm in diameter was observed in the cervical region. When sectioned, the mass showed a homogeneous black coloured surface. (more…)

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Lumpy skin disease

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Lumpy skin disease is a viral disease of cattle caused by a capripoxvirus; it is characterised by fever, nodules on the skin, and it may lead to severe losses, especially in naive animals. (more…)

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Skin Neoplasia in a calf

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In a cross-breed 10 months old calf, multiple nodular alopecic lesions were observed on the skin. (more…)

Black subcutaneous lesion in the neck of a calf

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In a 7 months old, male, friesian calf a blackish discolouration area was observed in the connective tissue of the caudal cervical region. The lesion was unilateral and the preescapular lymph node was slightly increased in size. (more…)

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Subcutaneous nodule in the flank of a 3 years old friesian cow

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In a three years old female friesian cow a nodule was observed in the flank measuring 20 cm in diameter and of medium hardness. (more…)

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