Week of 17-Mar-2017

What is the aetiological cause of this lesion?

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A diffuse, severe and well organized yellowish fibrinous exudate cover the peritoneal organs. This severe and diffuse chronic fibrinous peritonitis could be observed alone in the abdomen as well as in other serosal cavities (pericardium and pleura). This findings are consistant with Glässer's diseases (poliserositis) caused by Haemophylus parasuis. The diseases could rarely involve also joints and central nervous system. 

Mycoplasma hyorhinis, S. suis and colibacillosis should also be considered in the differential diagnosis.

Week of 10-Mar-2017

How is the texture of these organs?

Week of 03-Mar-2017

The turbinate lesion is due to:

Week of 24-Feb-2017

This pathology picture is more frequently found in:

Week of 17-Feb-2017

The most frequent localization of PDNS lesions is:

Week of 10-Feb-2017

What lesion can be seen?

Week of 03-Feb-2017

What lesion can be seen in the kidney?

Week of 27-Jan-2017

What is the most likely aetiological agent in this fibrinous pericarditis?

Week of 20-Jan-2017

What is the cause of this injury in the forelimb of a pig?

Week of 13-Jan-2017

What lesion can be seen?