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A 2-month-old 0.32-kg (0.70-lb) male domestic rabbit had sudden onset of neurologic signs in the morning and died en route to the Ryan Veterinary Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania. The rabbit had been obtained from a pet store 2 weeks prior. Until the development of neurologic signs, the rabbit had appeared healthy with reportedly normal eating and drinking. There was another healthy rabbit of the same age in the owner's home at the time of acquisition of this rabbit.

Clinical and Gross Findings

On necropsy, the liver contained multiple, slightly raised, circumscribed, 3- to 8-mm-diameter, yellow-gray nodules that

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A 4-week-old female Yorkshire cross piglet and a littermate were shipped to a research facility for use in a behavioral protocol. The source herd was negative for infection with pseudorabies virus, Brucella suis, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus, and swine influenza virus, and piglets were vaccinated against leptospirosis, erysipelas, and disease associated with porcine parvovirus.

Clinical and Gross Findings

On arrival at the quarantine facility, the piglet weighed 7.6 kg (16.7 lb) and had a good body condition score (3/5). Heart rate, respiratory rate, and rectal temperature were all within reference limits. Fecal floatation revealed no

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