Week of 10-Mar-2017

How is the texture of these organs?

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Lungs present a diffuse reddish discolouration and edematous appearance with "wet" feature, not collapsed when opening the thorax and with a "meaty" appearence of the cut surface. Interlobular interstitial spaces are enlarged. Scant pleural fibrinous effusion can be seen on right organ surface. Morphological diagnosis could be consistant with acute intersitial pneumonia related to viral infection as well as with acute pulmonary edema due to several circulatory and/or nutritional changes.

This pigs comes from a small farrow-to-finish herd (150 sows) where no vaccination program against PRRSV and PCV2 were implemented. Both pathogens were diagnosed, during a mild respiratory outbreak in pigs of about 9 to 12 weeks.

Week of 16-Feb-2018

This pig had a good body condition, was anaemic and died suddenly. The intestinal content is dark black. What is the most likely cause?

Week of 09-Feb-2018

This sow has reddening of skin and considerable pain. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 02-Feb-2018

This pig had a good body condition, was anaemic and died suddenly. The stomach had a dark black content inside.

Week of 26-Jan-2018

Necrotic lesions in the feet of a weaner pig. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 19-Jan-2018

Some pigs have swollen ears and walk with their heads tilted to one side. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 12-Jan-2018

There is scour, ill thrift and high mortality during the first 4 weeks post-weaning. All post-mortemed pigs had the same gross lesions, as the one seen in the picture. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 05-Jan-2018

Small intestine opened during a routine check in the slaughterhouse: what can we see?

Week of 29-Dec-2017

This pig has a mass protruding from behing. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 22-Dec-2017

Sucking pigs develop swollen joint in the legs from 3 weeks of age. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?