Week of 29-Sep-2017

Which disease could cause this type of lesion?

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Post mortem lesion found in a sudden death. A high percentage of the animals show high fever and are lethargic. There have been cases of abortions and animals with bluish tinge on the skin.

At necropsy, the spleen is greatly enlarged and congestive. Its color is very dark red, almost black. When cutting the spleen here is plenty of blood.

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?

Week of 06-Oct-2017

There is an increase of ill thrift and laboured abdominal breathing in the weaners. There were poor response to antimicrobial treatment. Mortality ranges from 6 to 15%. What is the most likely cause of this lesion?

Week of 22-Sep-2017

What is the likely cause of this lesion seen in >10% of lungs in slaughter pigs each week from a breeder feeder farm?

Week of 15-Sep-2017

The ulcer shown is in the preputial diverticulum of an adult boar culled due to persistent haemorrhage in the ejaculate. What is the likely cause?

Week of 08-Sep-2017

This non-fatal scour is seen in piglets from 10 days of age. What is the most likely primary cause?

Week of 01-Sep-2017

Which infectious disease is the most likely cause of the haemorrhages visible on the serosal surfaces of this growing pig which was found dead?

Week of 25-Aug-2017

What is the cause of the liver lesion in this heavily pregnant sow found dead?

Week of 21-Aug-2017

Is there anything strange about any of the pigs in the photo?

Week of 11-Aug-2017

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