Week of 11-Aug-2017

This 6-week-old pig has non-pruritic lesions on the skin. What can it be?

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The large coalescing ringworm like lesions located in the abdomen and the fore and hind legs are compatible with Pityriasis rosea. This is a sporadic condition seen in young pigs from 3 to 16 weeks of age. It is believed to have a hereditary background.

Week of 08-Dec-2017

There is an increase in subcutaneous haemorrhages and bruises in the skin of piglets from 7 days of age, after being born normal. Mortality was high after few days of developing the clinical signs. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 01-Dec-2017

Piglets are born with a swollen and reddish vulva. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 24-Nov-2017

This sow has been weaned 2 weeks ago and has this lesion on the shoulder. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 17-Nov-2017

This is a pig with a swollen abdomen. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 10-Nov-2017

After an increase of sudden deaths in growing and finishing pigs, lesions like this are detected. What is the most likely cause?

Week of 03-Nov-2017

There is an increase of ill thrift and laboured abdominal breathing in the weaners. There is poor response to antimicrobial treatment. Mortality ranges from 4 to 30%. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 27-Oct-2017

This is a newly born piglet that cannot stand on its feet for walking. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 20-Oct-2017

There is scour, ill thrift and high mortality during the first 8 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 13-Oct-2017

The unit has an increase of coughing and poor growth rates. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?