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Table 2 Acute and chronic histopathology lesions observed in lung samples of 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 Purulent exudatea Coagulative necrosisa Fibrinoid degeneration and necrosis of vessels/vasculitis, thrombosisa Distended interlobular septae by edema and fibrina Perivascular lymphocytic cuffinga, b Pulmonary abscessb Bronchiolitis obliteransb Pleural fibrosisb Stage of pneumoniac
CK042 + + + + + A
CM043 + + + + + CA
CM048 + + + + + + CA
CM049 + + + + + A
CM124 + + + + + CA
CM145 + + + + + + CA
CM166 + + + + + + + + CA
CM180 + + + + + + CA
CM186 + + + + + + CA
CM189 + + + + + + + CA
  1. Mock-infected animals are not displayed, since they did not show any lesions.
  2. aHistopathological criteria for acute stage of pneumonia.
  3. bHistopathological criteria for chronic stage of pneumonia.
  4. cStages according to time of inflammation and adjacent reaction and regeneration mechanisms: A: acute, CA: chronic-active.