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Table 1 Characterization of pulmonary lesions in Mycoplasma capricolum subsp. capripneumoniae -infected goats

From: Reproduction of contagious caprine pleuropneumonia reveals the ability of convalescent sera to reduce hydrogen peroxide production in vitro

Animal ID Day of euthanasia Lung portion affected Consolidation Coagulative necrosis Sequestra (Ø in cm) Pleural adhesions Fibrinous adhesions Pleural fluid (mL)
CK042 13 RA/C LC Red/grey + + 68
CM043 31 RA/C/D LC +
CM048 31 RA Red Multiple (0.3–0.5)
CM049 12 RA/C/D AL LA/C Red/grey + + 100
CM124 12 RA/C Red/grey + + 170
CM145 31 RA/C 1.0 + 3
CM166 31 RC 2.0 +
CM180 17 RA/C LA/C/D Red/grey + + 150
CM186 12 RA/C/D LA/C/D Red/grey + + 35
CM189 13 RA/C/D AL LA Red/grey + + 30
  1. Mock-infected animals are not displayed, since they did not have any lesions.
  2. RA: right apical lobe, RC: right cardiac lobe, RD: right diaphragmatic lobe, AL: accessory lobe, LA: left apical lobe, LC: left cardiac lobe, LD: left diaphragmatic lobe.