Week of 03-Jan-2019
This image of a cross-section of a pig lung is characteristic of a pneumonia caused by:
Cross-section of a pig lung that was found dead on the fattening quarters of a farm with respiratory problems. We can see dark red areas in which there are whitish stripes that confer a 'marbled' appearance to the organ. Microscopically, the lesion is characterised by the appearance of necrotic and haemorrhagic foci, alveolar and interstitial oedema, and fibrin deposits in the alveoli and pleural membrane. It is an acute swine pneumonia case caused by Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae.
Week of 29-Nov-2018
Most of the pigs in this pen have dark coloured over the skin. What is the cause of this condition?
Week of 23-Nov-2018
A number of weaners died suddenly within the first 4 weeks post-weaning. All them have oedema of mesocolon at post-mortem examination. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?
Week of 25-Oct-2018
A sow is found with skin lacerations in the pen. What is the cause of this condition?