Posts tagged Spleen

What is your diagnosis? (73)

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At the end of the post you can vote for the right diagnosis! (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (64)

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At the end of the post you can vote for the right diagnosis! (more…)

Ammonium urate concretions in the splenic capsule of a calf

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In a 12-month-old, male, Montbeliard breed, calf carcass multiple sand-like, roughly granular, whitish,  spherical concretions of crystalline appearance were observed attached to the spleen capsule. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (15)

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At the end of the post you can vote for the right diagnosis! (more…)

African Swine Fever lesions

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The African Swine fever (ASF) virus is already present in Europe (see the post African swine fever, not only an African disease). Since there is a chance that the virus ends up reaching our latitudes, in this post, we wanted to review some of the typical lesions that that should elicit a suspect a case of ASF in the slaughterhouse. (more…)

What is your diagnosis? (7)

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At the end of the post you can vote for the right diagnosis. (more…)

Els canvis de coloració grogosa (icterícia) eren evidents en el teixit adipós pericàrdic així com a l’esclera, als endotelis i a la pèlvis renal.
Els canvis de coloració grogosa (icterícia) eren evidents en el teixit adipós pericàrdic així com a l’esclera, als endotelis i a la pèlvis renal.

Splenomegaly and jaundice in pig carcasses

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In two hybrid breed pig carcasses a marked jaundice and splenomegaly were observed. Macroscopically the liver showed no alterations.

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Abdominal mass in a 3 years old sow

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An mass of 15×10 cm was found in the abdominal cavity of a 3 years old mixed breed sow. The mass was adhered to the stomach and the peritoneum was inflammed. (more…)

Serous cysts in the abdominal cavity of 6 months old mixed breed pigs

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Multiple cysts were observed in the abdominal cavity of two mixed breed 6 months old pigs, with transparent liquid content . (more…)

Widespread abdominal nodular lesions in a 6 months old pig

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Samples from a male, cross breed, 6 months old pig were submitted presenting with nodular, whitish lesions in the abdominal cavity. (more…)

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