Neoplasia (porcine)

Twenty years of porcine neoplasms

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SESC collaborating pathologists have compiled all the neoplasms diagnosed in Catalan pig slaughterhouse during the last 20 years. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (41)

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B cell leukemia in a pig carcass

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In a male, cross-breed, 6 months old pig carcass the inspectors observed a change in the color of the vertebrae and sternum accompanied by a loss of consistency of the bone marrow. (more…)

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Splenomegaly and peritoneal lesions in a pig carcass

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In a 6 months old cross breed sow, a marked splenomegaly (measuring about 85 cm) was observed, the spleen also had a pale coloration and a marbe-like appearance. In the peritoneal serous membranes small whitish nodular lesions could be seen with an appearance similar to a chronic peritonitis. (more…)

Pig carcass with nodular lesions in the pleura and viscera

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In a male, 6 months old, pig carcass, multiple whitish nodular lesions were observed in the lungs, parietal pleura, diaphragm and in the liver. (more…)

Nephroblastoma in a pig

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In a 6 months old, cross-bred female pig a single renal mass was observed , unilateral, of whitish colouration when cut and of about 3 cm in diameter. (more…)

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