Disease Images: Foot and Mouth Disease

Additional resources for Foot and Mouth Disease

Foot and Mouth Disease: Bovine, gingiva. There is an elongate erosion (ruptured vesicle) ventral to the incisors.
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Bovine, gingiva. There is an elongate erosion (ruptured vesicle) ventral to the incisors.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_001
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Goat, oral mucosa. There is a large erosion (ruptured vesicle) on the rostral mandibular buccal mucosa.
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Goat, oral mucosa. There is a large erosion (ruptured vesicle) on the rostral mandibular buccal mucosa.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_002
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Goat, oral mucosa. There is a large, partially re-epithelialized (healing) erosion on the rostral mandibular buccal mucosa.
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Goat, oral mucosa. There is a large, partially re-epithelialized (healing) erosion on the rostral mandibular buccal mucosa.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_003
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Pig, foot. There is a ruptured vesicle of the caudal-lateral coronary band, with undermining of the heel.
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Pig, foot. There is a ruptured vesicle of the caudal-lateral coronary band, with undermining of the heel.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_004
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Pig, foot. A ruptured vesicle of the coronary band extends into the interdigital skin.
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Pig, foot. A ruptured vesicle of the coronary band extends into the interdigital skin.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_005
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Pig, foot. There is an intact vesicle on the caudal coronary band of the left claw, and a cleft (ruptured vesicle) on the heel bulb of the right claw.
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Pig, foot. There is an intact vesicle on the caudal coronary band of the left claw, and a cleft (ruptured vesicle) on the heel bulb of the right claw.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_006
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Bovine, muzzle. Within the naris, the ventromedial mucosa contains an intact vesicle.
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Bovine, muzzle. Within the naris, the ventromedial mucosa contains an intact vesicle.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_007
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Bovine, lip. The buccal mucosa contains an erosion (ruptured vesicle).
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Bovine, lip. The buccal mucosa contains an erosion (ruptured vesicle).

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_008
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Tongue. There are multiple large mucosal erosions
and ulcers.
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Tongue. There are multiple large mucosal erosions and ulcers.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_009
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Bovine, tongue. A large area of undermined epithelium (bulla) is centrally eroded; this lesion probably resulted from coalescence of several smaller lesions.
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Bovine, tongue. A large area of undermined epithelium (bulla) is centrally eroded; this lesion probably resulted from coalescence of several smaller lesions.

Credit: Dr. D. Gregg, Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_010
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Bovine, tongue. Several healing vesicles have yellow-tan margins.
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Bovine, tongue. Several healing vesicles have yellow-tan margins.

Credit: Dr. D. Gregg, Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_011
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Pig, foot. Large clefts at the coronary bands precede sloughing of the claws.
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Pig, foot. Large clefts at the coronary bands precede sloughing of the claws.

Credit: Dr. D. Gregg, Noah's Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_012
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Pig, tongue. Many ("dry") vesicles are ruptured and lack fluid.
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Pig, tongue. Many ("dry") vesicles are ruptured and lack fluid.

Credit: Foreign Animal Diseases "The Grey Book" USAHA
Photo ID: FMD_013
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Rumen mucosa, higher magnification. There are
several irregularly shaped erosions (ruptured vesicles) on the pillar.
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Rumen mucosa, higher magnification. There are several irregularly shaped erosions (ruptured vesicles) on the pillar.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_014
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Rumen mucosa, dorsal sac, low magnification. There are several irregularly shaped erosions (ruptured vesicles) on the pillars. The pale margins are undermined epithelium (vesicle remnants).
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Rumen mucosa, dorsal sac, low magnification. There are several irregularly shaped erosions (ruptured vesicles) on the pillars. The pale margins are undermined epithelium (vesicle remnants).

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_015
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Rumen mucosa, higher magnification. There are
several irregularly shaped erosions (ruptured vesicles) on the pillar.
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Rumen mucosa, higher magnification. There are several irregularly shaped erosions (ruptured vesicles) on the pillar.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_016
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Teat. There is a ruptured vesicle on the end of the teat.
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Teat. There is a ruptured vesicle on the end of the teat.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_017
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Sheep, heart. There is a pale area of myocardial necrosis visible from the epicardial surface.
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Sheep, heart. There is a pale area of myocardial necrosis visible from the epicardial surface.

Credit: Dr. D. Gregg, Noah\'s Arkive, PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_018
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Foot and Mouth Disease: Goat, oral mucosa. There is a large erosion (ruptured vesicle) on the rostral mandibular buccal mucosa.
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Goat, oral mucosa. There is a large erosion (ruptured vesicle) on the rostral mandibular buccal mucosa.

Credit: PIADC
Photo ID: FMD_002
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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.