sporadic leukosis(redirected from porcine sporadic leukosis)
leukosis of cattle which is other than bovine viral leukosis.
bovine sporadic leukosis
occurs sporadically in animals less than 3 years old. There is a cutaneous form with temporary skin plaques which ultimately becomes systemic, a juvenile or calf form with multiple lymph node enlargement and a thymic form with compression of the jugular veins and brisket and submandibular edema.
equine sporadic leukosis
characterized by subcutaneous and lymph node enlargements, jugular vein engorgement, cardiac irregularity, exophthalmos and anasarca or with diffuse involvement of the small intestine.
ovine sporadic leukosis
characterized by lymph node enlargement, jugular vein engorgement, and hepatosplenomegaly; caused by bovine leukemia virus.
porcine sporadic leukosis
characterized by emaciation, weakness, anorexia, bone marrow involvement and hepatosplenomegaly.