In a 5 year old friesian cow carcass multiple whitish- yellowish nodules were observed of caseous appearence and measuring between 2 and 10 mm in diameter. The lesions involved the myocardium, diaphragm and masseter muscles. The inspectors suspected of bovine cysticercosis and submitted samples for histopathological confirmation. Even though, macroscopically, these lesions were indeed compatible with typical Cysticercus bovis parasitic granulomas, microscopic observation showed that it consisted of severe multifocal embolic-metastatic myositis. That is, purulent-necrotizing lesions with presence of bacteria most likely originated in a non reported primary focus in another location, such as a bacterial valvular endocarditis or a suppurative lesion in some other point of the carcass. Sections of muscle tissue, fixed in formaldehyde, where the lesions can be observed.
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At the end of the post you can vote for the right diagnosis! On this occasion we ask the question the other way around, we present you images of the histopathological study of the muscle of a cattle slaughterhouse case. Do you know what pathology it is? Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.
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Selva Andina Res. ISSN The purpose this review gathers the available information for easy acces and identifies where further research is required. Bovine cysticercosis is a zoonosis of socioeconomic and public health importance. Economically important to the meat industry, for losses incurred from condemnation, downgrading and refrigeration of carcasses. Dietary habits and culinary practices affect transmission. The prevalence of bovine cysticercosis shows wide variation between countries, regions and slaughterhouses.
Whitish nodular lesions in the muscles of a cow