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04/07/2013 | Bovine
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What is your diagnosis? (11)

In a Friesian male calf multiple nodular lesions were observed, firm consistency on the pleura, peritoneum and in various viscera including liver, kidneys, lungs and intestines. Lymph nodes were enlarged.

Multiple nodular lesions in the peritoneum.

Multiple nodular lesions in the peritoneum.

The parietal pleura was also involved.

The parietal pleura was also involved.

Some of the nodules infiltrated the pulmonary tissue.

Some of the nodules infiltrated the pulmonary tissue.

There was also nodules in the mesenterium. Lymph nodes were enlarged.

There was also nodules in the mesenterium. Lymph nodes were enlarged.



What is your diagnosis? (11)

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Histopathological study of the lesions revealed a highly infiltrative lymphoid neoplastic proliferation. Thus the diagnosis consisted of a Sporadic bovine lymphoma which is described in calves.

 

To read mode about sporadic bovine lymphoma click on the following link: Sporadic bovine lymphoma in calves .

 

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Question 1
What is your diagnosis?
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Tuberculosis
B
Sporadic bovine lymphoma
C
Mesothlioma
D
Methastatic malignant neoplasia of the ovaric granulosa cells
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