Week of 01-Aug-2019
Litters that are 3 days old show vomiting and diarrhea that lasts two or three days, what could be the cause?
Week of 17-Jan-2020
This weaner pig has non-pruritic lesions on the skin. What is the cause of this lesion?
Week of 10-Jan-2020
This faeces are seen behind a sow after farrowing. What is the cause of this condition?
Week of 03-Jan-2020
Some damage in the teats is found when inspecting the udder of this sow. What is this cause of it?
Week of 13-Dec-2019
A finishing pig is found in the pen laying on one side and gasping for air, skin discoloration and muscle tremors. What is the most likely cause of this problem?
Week of 05-Dec-2019
Several growing and finishing pigs that vomit after eating and lose body condition gradually after few days are euthanised. The only gross post-mortem lesion is a megaoesophagus. What is cause of this lesion in these pigs?
Week of 29-Nov-2019
A lump is detected in the sternal area of a piglet when lifted for blood testing. What is this condition?
Week of 22-Nov-2019
In the post-mortem of a gilt, some nodules are found in the chest cavity. What are they?
Week of 15-Nov-2019
Ovaries obtained from a female fattening pig at the slaughterhouse. The ovary on the left side of the image is normal but the ovary on the right side and uterus have some abnormalities. What could be the cause?
Week of 25-Oct-2019
During meat inspection at the slaughterhouse, two globular masses were found in the ovarian insertion. After cutting the mass, its internal structure was similar to that of normal testicles. What is the name of this developmental abnormality?
Week of 18-Oct-2019
Lesion found at slaughter in the kidney of a fattening pig. What is this pathology compatible with?
Week of 11-Oct-2019
Red areas of cranioventral consolidation (hepatization) were detected in this lung at the slaughterhouse, suggesting enzootic pneumonia. What is the main agent associated with this condition?
Week of 04-Oct-2019
Lung at the slaughterhouse with foam mixed with fluid. What is the most likely cause?
Week of 20-Sep-2019
This suppuration was observed in the spinal column during the post-mortem slaughterhouse inspection of a pig carcass. What is it?
Week of 13-Sep-2019
Pictured on the left is an uninjured tail from a finishing hog, and on the right side a tail that suffered tail biting. What is the most common cause of this problem?
Week of 23-Aug-2019
In a pen of growing pigs that had stopped eating, this kind of feces are seen on the floor, what could be the cause?
Week of 09-Aug-2019
In the slaughterhouse inflammation of the parietal and visceral face of the pericardium was found in a finishing hog. What is the name of this lesion?
Week of 26-Jul-2019
In a pen where fattening pigs stopped eating with loss of body condition, the perianal area is dirty. What can be the cause?