Week of 05-Jul-2019

What is the most probable aetiology of this lesion?

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Image of an animal that has overcome a fibrinous bronchopneumonia process that has left sequels in the form of pleural fibrosis and whitish connective tissue stripes around the necrosis foci that, when liquefied leave a hole in the middle.

The most probable aetiologies are Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae and Pasteurella multocida.

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This pig has an anomaly on its foot. Do you know what it is?

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?

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Week of 19-Jul-2019

What could be the cause of this lesion?

Week of 12-Jul-2019

What disease could cause those lesions?

Week of 27-Jun-2019

The origin of this lesion is?

Week of 20-Jun-2019

An animal with a certain respiratory distress and weight loss has this lesion. What can be its cause?

Week of 14-Jun-2019

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