SESC case archive

04/03/2020 | Bovine

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In one calf, an increase in the size of the mesenteric lymph nodes was observed, with cutaneous caseous material.

Caseous lesions at various points in the mesenteric lymph nodes.

Another example of mesenteric granulomatous lymphadenitis.

Detail of the appearance, when sectioned, of the lesions.


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The histopathological study revealed lesions compatible with fungal granulomatous lymphadenitis since fungal hyphae were identified in the middle of the lesion.

The lesion was morphologically compatible with tuberculosis and, therefore, inspectors chose to refer it for laboratory analysis as a suspicion of tuberculosis.

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Tuberculous lymphadenitis
Caseous lymphadenitis
Fungal lymphadenitis
Parasitic lymphadenitis
Suppurative lymphadenitis
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  1. Ayman

    Caseous lymphadenitis

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