Week of 27-Dec-2018
What pathogens are involved?
Cross-section of the nasal cavity of a fattening pig in which we see a clear nasal septum deviation with an almost complete disappearance of the nasal turbinates. It is a clear case of progressive atrophic rhinitis, that is a multifactorial process whose etiology includes pathogens (toxigenic Pasteurella multocida and Bordetella bronchiseptica) associated with environmental and management factors.
Week of 03-Jan-2019
This image of a cross-section of a pig lung is characteristic of a pneumonia caused by:
Week of 29-Nov-2018
Most of the pigs in this pen have dark coloured over the skin. What is the cause of this condition?
Week of 23-Nov-2018
A number of weaners died suddenly within the first 4 weeks post-weaning. All them have oedema of mesocolon at post-mortem examination. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?
Week of 25-Oct-2018
A sow is found with skin lacerations in the pen. What is the cause of this condition?