What is your diagnosis? (68)

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Year 2018 summary

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During 2018 SESC has managed a total of 121 queries. Of these, 13 were solely telematic and the remaining 108 requests corresponded included samples for laboratorial analysis. (more…)

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The 100 granuloma challenge

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As the New Year begins, it is time to make resolutions so that the one coming is better than the previous. From SESC we propose one for 2019: The 100 granuloma challenge! (more…)

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Haemorrhages in a pig carcass: Don’t panic!

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With the recent detection of cases of African Swine Fever (ASF) in wild boars in Belgium, anyone can see that there is a certain risk of introduction of this disease into our territory. Also Classical Swine Fever (CSF) might be introduced. Therefore it is essential that all the actors involved in the pig sector are trained and alert. Two essential aspects for the control of these diseases are biosecurity and a good system of passive surveillance that ensures an early diagnosis.

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Lamb stomachs that can not be washed

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Images were submitted of lamb rumens that, once washed and scalded, remained dirty, with partial or complete, dark adhesions of the mucosa on the inside. (more…)

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Apocrine cystomatosis in a pig carcass

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In a 6 months old, mixed breed pig carcass  the pesence of  vacuolar lesions, with brownish coloration of variable intensity, diameter less than 1cm, located among the fat of the subcutaneous tissue of the entire dorsal region were observed. (more…)

Erysipelas in a pig carcass

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Although this website has been running for 10 years now, a classic erysipelas case in a pig carcass had never been submitted to us so far. This disease causes red-colored skin lesions with a characteristic diamond morphology.
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