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In a 10 months old, male, friesian calf carcass multiple nodules were observed miliary distributed in the serous membranes of the abdominal cavity. The size of the nodules was variable and oscillated between 1 mm and 4 cm.

 

Multiple nodules in the peritoneal serous membranes.

Multiple nodules in the peritoneal serous membranes.

 

Detail of the lesions in the abdominal wall.

Detail of the lesions in the abdominal wall.

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  Histopathology evidenced inflammatory lesions classified as chronic generalized proliferative peritonitis. The nodules corresponded to enlargements of the peritoneum lamina propria due to a connective tissue proliferation with inflammatory cells. Other possible diagnoses such as neoplasia or tuberculosis are ruled out.
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What is your diagnosis?
A
Mesothelioma
B
Pearly tuberculosis
C
Chronic proliferative peritonitis
D
Squamous cell carcinoma
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