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Image Spleen of a rabbit with RHD
This image show the size of a the spleen in a rabbit that died from confirmed RHD
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Image D source code Spleen of a rabbit not affected by RHD
This rabbit did not have RHD. The picture shows the small size of an adult rabbit's spleen.
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Image Spleen in a rabbit with RHD2
The spleen must be found during a post-mortem examination. Lifting the stomach and reflecting it dorsolaterally the spleen can be found, attached to the stomach by the lesser omentum. In this case it is at least double the size it should be. This is a sign of RHD.
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Image Gross pathology (1)
This half grown female wild rabbit was found having died suddenly. There were no signs of external injury. Post-mortem examination revealed a full gastrointestinal tract - the rabbit had been eating up until an hour or two before death. The liver was enlarged and mottled, the lungs contained several haemorrhages.
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Image RHD: enlarged congested liver
An enlarged liver is a sign of rabbit haemorrhagic disease. It is also a feature on other conditions, notably congestive heart failure or septicaemia.
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Image RHD- blood from nose
Blood in the nares may be seen in rabbits that have died suddenly from RHD. A foamy blood-stained exudate in the trachea is a feature of the diseases and the exudate may extend to the nostrils
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Image Octet Stream RHD- pulmonary haemorrhage and oedema
Pulmonary haemorrhage and oedema are features of RHD. Histologically, fibrin thrombi were seen in occasional small capillaries and venules.
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Image ECMAScript program RHD: Multifocal pulmonary haemorrhages
Alveolar haemorrhages are a microscopic feature of some cases of RHD. They may be evident macroscopically although the macroscopic appearance of the lungs does not always match the microscopic appearance.
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Image image/x-jg RHD: Myocardial haemorrhages
Disseminated intravascular coagulopathy is a feature of acute cases of RHD and haemorrhages may be found in any part of the body. In this case there were multifocal areas of haemorrhage in the myocardium.
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Image RHD- Splenomegaly
An enlarged spleen may be seen in cases of RHD. There are few other causes of splenomegaly in this species. Histologically the changes can range from moderate congestion to haemorrhage, deposition of fibrin, lymphocytolysis and necrosis of lymphoid tissue.
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