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  1. What is the pathogenesis for Glassers disease
  2. What are the virulence factors of A. pleuropneumoniae
  3. Are there vaccines for A. pleuropneumoniae
  4. How do you diagnose A pleuropneumoniae
  5. What other conditions in cattle does H. somni cause
  1. a H. parasuis - mucosa-> blood ->serosal and synovial surfaces
  2. b Capsule: anti-phagocytic
    Endotoxin: thrombi; interlobar edema; damage to vasculature
    Cytokines: macrophage toxins; hemolytic toxins
  3. c Respiratory dz: bronchopmeumonia
    Myocarditis: following septicemia
    ENDOMETRITIS AND ABORTION
  4. d Culture clinical samples on BA with staph streak
    (after 24-48 hours of incubation, tiny hemolytic colonies appear near staph streak (V-factor is supplied by staph))
  5. e Yes, bacterins reduce mortality (they don't prevent the dz or decrease severity)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. septicemia -> attachment to vascular endothelial cells -> platelet aggregation -> coagulation -> thrombosis
  2. cattle
  3. Oxytetracycline - early treatment important
  4. stress
  5. yes the reduce morbidity, mortality
    (vaccinate only if there is a problem)

5 True/False questions

  1. Where do many normal pigs carry H. parasuisBacterins (vaccines) help

          

  2. What is Taylorella equigenitalis and agent ofContagious equine metritis (CEM)

          

  3. What happens to pregnant sows that get A. pleuropneumoniasepticemia kills fetus

          

  4. How is immunity provided against A pleuropneumoniaCulture clinical samples on BA with staph streak
    (after 24-48 hours of incubation, tiny hemolytic colonies appear near staph streak (V-factor is supplied by staph))

          

  5. What are signs of A. pleuropneumoniafever, bleeding from nose, mouth (necrotizing vasculitis in lung) ->hemorrhage

          

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