Disease Images: Lumpy Skin Disease

Additional resources for Lumpy Skin Disease

Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, skin. There are disseminated cutaneous papules.
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Bovine, skin. There are disseminated cutaneous papules.

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_001
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, skin. There are disseminated cutaneous papules with necrotic centers (sitfasts).
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Bovine, skin. There are disseminated cutaneous papules with necrotic centers (sitfasts).

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_002
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, skin. Necrotic centers (sitfasts) of two of these papules have sloughed.
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Bovine, skin. Necrotic centers (sitfasts) of two of these papules have sloughed.

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_003
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, skin. Removal of the necrotic center (sitfast) of a papule.
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Bovine, skin. Removal of the necrotic center (sitfast) of a papule.

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_004
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, skin. There is hemorrhagic exudate subjacent to the necrotic center (sitfast) of a papule.
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Bovine, skin. There is hemorrhagic exudate subjacent to the necrotic center (sitfast) of a papule.

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_005
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, skin. Multiple subcutaneous nodules elevate the skin.
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Bovine, skin. Multiple subcutaneous nodules elevate the skin.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_006
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, muzzle. There are multiple sharply-demarcated slightly raised papules, often with eroded surfaces, that extend into the nares.
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Bovine, muzzle. There are multiple sharply-demarcated slightly raised papules, often with eroded surfaces, that extend into the nares.

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_007
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, nasal turbinate. Early pox lesions are slightly pale round foci rimmed by petechiae.
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Bovine, nasal turbinate. Early pox lesions are slightly pale round foci rimmed by petechiae.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_008
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, nasal turbinate. The centers of well-developed pox are necrotic.
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Bovine, nasal turbinate. The centers of well-developed pox are necrotic.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_009
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, nasal turbinate. Nasal mucosa contains several macules with hyperemic margins.
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Bovine, nasal turbinate. Nasal mucosa contains several macules with hyperemic margins.

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_010
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, trachea. The mucosa contains a poorly demarcated round focus rimmed by mild hemorrhage (early pox lesion).
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Bovine, trachea. The mucosa contains a poorly demarcated round focus rimmed by mild hemorrhage (early pox lesion).

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_011
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, trachea. Two coalescing mucosal macules have hyperemic margins.
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Bovine, trachea. Two coalescing mucosal macules have hyperemic margins.

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_012
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Lumpy Skin Disease: Bovine, lung. There is marked generalized interlobular edema, and there is a small cluster of red nodules on the left side of the specimen.
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Bovine, lung. There is marked generalized interlobular edema, and there is a small cluster of red nodules on the left side of the specimen.

Credit: Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: LSD_013
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These images were annotated by Dr. Steve Sorden and Dr. Claire Andreasen and funding was provided by a USDA Higher Education Challenge Grant in collaboration with the Iowa State University Department of Veterinary Pathology, Center for Food Security and Public Health, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, and Plum Island Animal Disease Center.