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14/03/2018 | Lymphoid (porcine)

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A cyst of serous liquid content and transparent walls, 2 cm in diameter, adhered to the trachea was seen in a pig carcass.

Cyst adhered to the trachea.


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The histopathological study showed it was a sinusal lymphatic ectasia or  lymphatic cyst, this is an accidental finding that is usually associated with lymphoid atrophy phenomena. The inspectors who sent the case wanted to rule out  a parasitic vesicle such as those caused by Cysticercus tenuicollis.

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Cysticercus tenuicollis
Cysticercus cellullosae
Lymphatic cyst
Hidatid cyst
Cystic pulmonary adenocarcinoma
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