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4 Matching questions

  1. Psuedorabies
  2. Scrapie
  3. Rabies
  4. Polioencephalomalacia
  1. a most common cause in excessive thiamine consumption through plants
  2. b Rhabdo virus
  3. c dermal abrasions, pruritis at site of virus innoculation
  4. d Clinical Signs
    Incubation 1-7yrs
    behavioral changes
    blindness, nystagmus(constant movement of eye)
    pruritis of rump & flank
    death after period of illness 6w-1yr

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy in sheep
  2. _____ is a disease related to mad cow disease
  3. Diagnosis
    virus isolation from oral & nasal secretions
    virus culture of CNS issure (titers not specific)
    Share common antigens of IBR 1
  4. Spoiled silage favors multiplication of organism
  5. Abortion at last trimester, still birth, neonatal deaths

5 True/False questions

  1. Polioencephalomalaciavirus grows in nasal/ocular mucosa
    mucosal lesions develop after 2-3 days
    9-11 days after infection mucosal lesions disappear & encepahlitic signs appear

          

  2. Psuedorabies "Mad Itch"share common antigens of IBR1

          

  3. Psuedorabies "Mad Itch"Illness duration 8-72hrs

          

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

          

  5. RabiesHas a strong resistance to conventional cleaning & disinfection protocols

          

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