Question of the week - Week of 10-Aug-2017

Which bacteria are associated with the presence of polyserositis in nursery piglets?

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The typical lesions of polyserositis in nursery piglets may be due to several bacteria such as Haemophilus parasuis or Streptococcus suis and also Mycoplasma hyorhinis which has been isolated in clinical pictures initially diagnosed as Glässer disease.

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