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Pleuritis-en

Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 29/07/2017

Pneumonia by Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae

Pneumonia comes with pleuritis and because of this an abdominal breathing is a symptom that always accompanies this type of pneumonia.


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 22/07/2017

Pneumonia by A. pleuropneumoniae

A. pleuropneumoniae is a microorganism which growth depends on the presence of blood factor V. for this reason, its isolation and laboratory diagnosis is difficult if appropriate culture media is not used.


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 22/04/2017

Glässer’s disease

Glässer’s disease is a bacterial infection caused by Haemophilus parasuis. Serotypes 1, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13 and 14 comply with Koch’s postulates regarding their pathogenic capacity. Although the infection is septicemic, organic fibrosis is frequently...


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Veterinaria Digital - 19/03/2017

Swine salmonellosis caused by pericarditis

The origin of swine salmonellosis usually comes from a primary intestinal or respiratory infection (S. pneumoniae) that can spread septicemic to other organs (eg, the pericardiumas can be seen in the photo) due to immunosuppressive factors (salmonellosis...


Blogs

Veterinaria Digital - 4/03/2017

Swine pleuritis and pneumonia by Salmonella

Swine bacterial infections and other mammals may be local if the regional lymphatic lymph nodes stop the infection, or general if there are general immunosdepressive factors (bacterial toxins or bacterial immunodepressive infections such as...


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Veterinaria Digital - 8/03/2015

Acute pleuropneumonia

Thoracic cavity with lesions compatible with acute pleuropneumonia. Presence of yellow fibrin in coating the pleura and forming adhesions between lobes and surface costal. Indicates an acute infection by Actinobacillus pleuropnemoniae.


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