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5 Written questions

3 Matching questions

  1. Listeriosis
  2. Polioencephalomalacia
  3. Psuedorabies
  1. a What gram positive bacteria has a clinical sign involving a recumbant animal paddling it's legs?
  2. b may be asymptomatic
  3. c Clinical Signs related to loss of cerebral neurons
    depression, isolation from heard, ataxia, strabismus(unparrallel eyes), recumbency, cortical blindness, head pressing, nystagmus(constant movement of eye), head tilt, tonic/clonic convulsions

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Bacteria, found in soil, water and plants, high risk to pregnant women
  2. Gram positive bacteria common in rumminants, humans & water fowl
  3. endemic in Canada US Western Europe
    not seen in UK Australia & New Zealand
  4. BHV1
    subtype 1.3
  5. Treatment
    ~When detected prior to necrosis of brain neurons, the disease responds well to thiamine admins.
    ~Treat atleast 3 days even if no improvement
    ~Recovery may take up to 7 days
    ~Supportive Care..Clean dry bedding adequate padding for recumbent animals

5 True/False questions

  1. ListeriosisBovine spongiform encephalopathy in sheep

          

  2. RabiesTreatment & Control
    no treatment
    identify & eliminate affected animals
    eliminate flock mates of affected animals

          

  3. ScrapieTreatment & Control
    no treatment
    identify & eliminate affected animals
    eliminate flock mates of affected animals

          

  4. Psuedorabies "Mad Itch"dermal abrasions, pruritis at site of virus innoculation

          

  5. ListeriosisDiagnosis
    CSF analysis
    ID of brain or placenta of affected aniimal
    May be able to isolate organism from CSF, urine, feces, milk of ill animals

          

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