Some of you may be aware of my quest for DSC2.
Last Saturday a.m. I set out with my assessor and eventually got into a group of 5x Roe, having narrowly missed getting into an earlier one.
A doe was selected for cull and duly shot, tracked and found (only 40m through a hedge and over a ditch).
The gralloch commenced and all went well until the lymph nodes were checked.
I had seen that the mesenteric chain was enlarged and other sites were found to be clear and normal. There were no signs (pre-shot) of any distress in the animal and there were no external signs of injury or disease. Indeed the animal was skinned on arrival to the larder as it was for home use.
So, any suggestions?
The lumps were not gritty or chalky and the consistency of the infections was smooth almost pus-like.
The final picture is of the incised spleen which had 2x white lumps on it too.
The closest I can find on google isFollicular lymphoma (in pictures). The lungs were some of the best I have seen for quite a while with no signs of disease.I will leave the AW to wade in if he wants too.
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