Author affiliations: Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (S. Puranaveja, S. Kesdaengsakonwut, P. Kitikoon, P. Choojai, R. Kedkovid, K. Teankum, R. Thanawongnuwech); Kasetsart University, Kamphangsan, Thailand (P. Poolperm, P. Lertwatcharasarakul, A. Boonsoongnern, K. Urairong)
Figure 1. A) A suckling piglet with severe diarrhea and dehydration. B) Severe catarrhal enteritis with congestion (scale bar = 1 cm). C) Intestinal lacteals (arrow) grossly demonstrating normal absorption capacity of the intestinal villi in a normal piglet (scale bar = 0.5 cm). D) Disappearance of intestinal lacteals demonstrating malabsorption syndrome of the intestinal villi in the infected piglet (scale bar = 0.5 cm).
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