Week of 27-Jun-2019

The origin of this lesion is?

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Crateriform image in the non-glandular region of the stomach with digested and undigested blood remains. It is a chronic ulcer, but the animal's death has been quick due to the bleeding caused by a reactivation from the tearing of blood vessels in the underlying granulation tissue. Gastric ulcers are multifactorial processes in which several aspects, such as feeding, breed or genetic cross, stressing factors, etc. can have an influence.

Week of 16-Aug-2019

This pig has an anomaly on its foot. Do you know what it is?

Week of 09-Aug-2019

In the slaughterhouse inflammation of the parietal and visceral face of the pericardium was found in a finishing hog. What is the name of this lesion?

Week of 01-Aug-2019

Litters that are 3 days old show vomiting and diarrhea that lasts two or three days, what could be the cause?

Week of 26-Jul-2019

In a pen where fattening pigs stopped eating with loss of body condition, the perianal area is dirty. What can be the cause?

Week of 19-Jul-2019

What could be the cause of this lesion?

Week of 12-Jul-2019

What disease could cause those lesions?

Week of 05-Jul-2019

What is the most probable aetiology of this lesion?

Week of 20-Jun-2019

An animal with a certain respiratory distress and weight loss has this lesion. What can be its cause?

Week of 14-Jun-2019

In the necropsy of an animal with fever we found haemorrhagic and enlarged lymph nodes. What are the possible causes?