Figure 2: Clinical diagnosis and diseased organs. A, The ears and limbs of a Duroc cross herd piglet turned mauve from the high fever syndrome. B, A piglet from the Landrace cross herd developed Kaposiís sarcoma-like symmetric skin rush with lesions. C, Another piglet from the Landrace cross herd had wholebody rubefacient skin and red eyes. D, Groin tissue showed inguinal lymph nodes turgescence and bleeding. E, An internal organ view of partial necrosis of the liver (hemorrhage), spleen (turgescence) and mesenteric nodes. The far upper right of the photograph showed intestine thinness that contained yellowish liquid. F, Lung tissue with pneumonedema and interstitial pneumonia.