Posts tagged Lymphoid

Fungal lymphadenitis in calves

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This year we received 10 cases of fungal lymphadenitis in calves, out of a total of 55 suspected tuberculosis samples (18.2%). In this post we have compiled images to familiarize you with the variety of the macroscopic looks of these lesions. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (81)

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What is your diagnosis? (73)

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What is your diagnosis? (47)

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B cell leukemia in a pig carcass

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In a male, cross-breed, 6 months old pig carcass the inspectors observed a change in the color of the vertebrae and sternum accompanied by a loss of consistency of the bone marrow. (more…)

Pneumatosis cystoides intestinalis

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In a hybrid breed, 6 months old, sow carcass multiple air-filled vesicles were observed in several fragments of the mesentery of the small intestine and in the mesenteric lymph nodes. (more…)

It is not always a lymphoma

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In a 2 year old, female, pig carcass, multiple whitish, hardened nodules were observed in the liver and mesenteric lymph nodes. The cut surface was pink with whitish margins.
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Granulomatous lymphadenitis in a wild boar

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A meat inspector form a an establishment processing game meat subitted samples  of tracheobronchial and prescapular lymph nodes froma a wild boar carcass (Sus scrofa). The lymph nodes were slightly increased in size and hardened. When sectioned, mineralized and whitish lesions were obsereved. (more…)

Hemorrhagic generalized lymphadenopathy in a lamb

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Pictures were submitted of a three months old lamb in which the popliteal, inguinal and preescapular lymph nodes were increased in size and with a hemorrhagic appearance. The rest of the carcass apparently had no additional lesions. (more…)

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