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In a cross breed, 6 months old pig carcass a mass was observed in the thoracic cavity which infiltrated through the diaphragm and adhered to the liver. The mass was multilobulated, whitish, of soft consistency and measured about 20cm (maximum diameter).

Multilobulated thoracic mass of gelatinous appearance.

Multilobulated thoracic mass of gelatinous appearance.

The opposite side of the lesion.

The opposite side of the lesion.

The mass passes through the diaphragm and adheres to the liver.

The mass passes through the diaphragm and adheres to the liver.

What is your diagnosis? (33)

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  Histopatholgy evidenced lesions compatible with a liposarcoma, a malignant adipose tissue neoplasia. It is the second case of this kind of neoplasia described in this species. The first case of liposarcoma in a pig was described earlier in this blog in a three year old sow.
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Adiposity
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Lipoma
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Liposarcoma
D
Hepatic lipidosis
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Lymphoma
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