Week of 08-Mar-2019

Which lesion patterns are present in this lung?

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Lung of a fattening pig with respiratory symptomatology that did not collapse when removed from the thoracic cavity. It has red-brown multifocal areas and reddish cranioventral consolidation areas. At a microscopic level, the lesions seen are a thickening of the alveolar walls due to a mononuclear inflammatory cell infiltration; peribronchial, peribronchiolar and perivascular lymphoid hyperplasia; and polymorphonuclear neutrophils in the alveolar air spaces. It is a combination of interstitial pneumonia, bronchointerstitial pneumonia and purulent bronchopneumonia in a porcine respiratory complex case in which the PRRS virus, Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae and secondary bacteria are implied.

Week of 15-Mar-2019

This picture is frequently seen at abattoirs. What lesion can we see in this kidney?

Week of 01-Mar-2019

What is the name of this process?

Week of 22-Feb-2019

What is the name of this lesion?

Week of 19-Feb-2019

What is the possible aetiology of this lesion?

Week of 08-Feb-2019

What could be causing these lesions?

Week of 28-Jan-2019

Which can be the cause for this lesion?

Week of 11-Jan-2019

What is the name of this parasite?

Week of 03-Jan-2019

This image of a cross-section of a pig lung is characteristic of a pneumonia caused by:

Week of 27-Dec-2018

What pathogens are involved?