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In a six-month-old pig carcass (sex unspecified) black lesions were observed on the subcutaneous fat that did not involve the muscle or the skin.

Samples of skin submmitted to the laboratory, notice the presence of branching black structures in the subcutaneous adipose tissue.


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The histopathological study revealed lesions compatible with  melanosis uberis, here you can check out a previous post with details on this finding.
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Fungal panniculitis
Melanosis uberis
Myiasis (maggot infestation)
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