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The images in this post correspond to a diagnosis encoutered with relative frecuency in porcine sloughterhouses.

Two and a half years old, mixed breed, sow.
A bilateral enlargement of the ovaries was observed algon with the presence of white nodules in the uterus, urinary bladder, peritoneum and kidneys. A conspicuous lymphadenopathy was also noticed.

Bilateral enlargement of the ovaries.

Bilateral enlargement of the ovaries.

Section of one of the nodules.

Section of one of the nodules.

Nodular white lesions in the kidney.

Nodular white lesions in the kidney.

The correct diagnosis was: Multicentric lymphoma.

From the 33 answers registered a 59% voted for the right diagnosis. The second most voted option was micobacterial granulomas (24%) followed by ovaric carcinoma (14%) and, finally, mesothelioma (3%).