At the end of the post you can vote for the right diagnosis!

Click on the option that you think is correct and then click on the “Get Results” button to see if you’ve succeeded.

In a hybrid breed, 6 months old pig carcass a unilateral increase in kidney size was seen. When opened, a white, spherical, well-defined mass adherent to the renal parenchyma was observed along with abundant subcapsular hemorrhagic tissue, which, as the inspectors describe, exhibits a consistency more solid than that of coagulated blood.

 

Enlarged and darkened kidney.

When sectiones a whiter spherical mass was observed along with abundant subcapsular hemorrhagic tissue.

 

What is your diagnosis? (71)

%%RATING%%

The histopathological study demonstrated  lesions compatible with a nephroblastoma, a neoplasm of renal embryonic cells. It is one of the most frequent kidney neoplasms in the pig and its rapid growth often causes it to be associated with hemorrhaging, as in this case.
Your answers are highlighted below.
Question 1
What is your diagnosis?
A
Lymphoma
B
Hemangiosarcoma
C
Hemangioma
D
Pheochromocytoma
E
Nephroblastoma
Once you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results
There is 1 question to complete.