Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1989;29(4):559-565.
Pathological findings on spontaneously occurring renal lesions in pigs
Young-ki Paik, Byung-moo Rim
College of Veterinary Medicine, Chonbuk National University
자연 발생한 돼지의 신장 질병에 관한 병리학적 연구
백영기, 임병무
전북대학교 수의과대학
In order to investigate the renal pathology of spontaneously occurring renal lesions, basic macroscopic inspection was conducted to 3,850 pigs randomly collected from local slaughter houses, and a total of 355 pigs (9.2%) were detected with various gross pathological conditions. Renal morphologic patterns for gross lesions were classified histopathologically as 123(34.5%) congestion, 81(22.8%) acute interstitial nephritis, 52(14.7%) chronic interstitial nephritis, 49(13.8%) hemorrhage, 39(11.0%) renal cyst, 29(8.2%) chronic glomerulonephritis, 18(5.1%) acute glomeruonephritis, 14(3.9%) infarction, 11(3.1%) thrombosis, 5(1.4%) atrophy, 5(1.4%) pyelonephritis and 1(0.3%) lymphosarcoma.
Key Words: renal lesion, interstitial nephritis, glomerulonephritis, lymphosarcoma

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