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Clinical Signs of Bovine TB in Wild Deer - Pictures

Performing necropsy on wild 
    deer head Performing necropsy on wild deer head.
 Bovine TB abscess in submandibular lymph node in wild deer head. Bovine TB abscess in submandibular lymph node in wild deer head.
 Bovine TB abscess in medial retropharyngeal lymph node in wild deer head. Bovine TB abscess in medial retropharyngeal  lymph node in wild deer head.
 Normal wild deer chest cavity. Normal wild deer chest cavity.
 Disseminated bovine tuberculosis lesions seen with chronic infection. Disseminated bovine tuberculosis lesions seen with chronic infection.
Disseminated bovine tuberculosis lesions seen with chronic infection, throughout lungs and on ribs of a wild deer. Disseminated bovine tuberculosis lesions seen with chronic infection, throughout lungs and on ribs of a wild deer.
Lesions (also called tubercles or abscesses) on the surface of a wild deer lung. The arrow points to one of the pea-sized lesions. Lesions (also called tubercles or abscesses) on the surface of a wild deer lung. The arrow points to one of the pea-sized lesions.
 Disseminated bovine tuberculosis lesions seen with chronic infection, throughout lungs of a wild deer. Disseminated bovine tuberculosis lesions seen with chronic infection, throughout lungs of a wild deer.
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