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Such nodular lesions are also found in the organs like liver and spleen. These nodules may be firm and grey with central softening in these organs. Submaxillary lymph nodes are most commonly infected and show enlargement, oedema and one or two yellowish-grey centres. Later, these become hard, fibrous and fixed to the jaw of horses. (iii) Cutaneous glanders It is also called farcy. Nodules appear along the lymphatic channels, particularly often on limbs and break through the skin discharging a thick, sticky and yellowish grey pus.
Organisms are found in the guinea pig's lesions and these can be isolated in pure form from such lesions. The organisms are rodshaped, Gram negative, non-sporulating and non-motile and are isolated on glycerine-agar and potato etc. Glanders can be divided into the following types: (i) Nasal glanders (ii) Pulmonary glanders (ill) Cutaneous glanders It may develop in either acute, sub acute or chronic form in animals. ), skin and subcutaneous tissues along lymphatics. Vari-sized nodules in the subcutaneous tissues 34 - - - - - - - - - - Bacterial Diseases of hind limbs, neck, face and liver etc.
38 Bacterial Diseases The main lesions in the acute phases are: (i) Severe dehydration, icterus, petechiae on the pleura, peritoneum and nasal and oral mucosae. (ii) There is shrinkage of the liver cells alongwith dissociation from each other (disorganization of the hepatic cells). The liver cells in the hepatic cords break into individual ones and disruption of the cells in the hepatic cords occurs (individualisation). The liver cells are granular with eosinophilic cytoplasm and hyperchromatic nuclei.