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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Psuedorabies
  2. Rabies
  3. Encephalititc IBR (BHV1.3)
  4. Scrapie
  5. Listeriosis
  1. a Has a strong resistance to conventional cleaning & disinfection protocols
  2. b Associated with...
    overcrowding
    mass weaning of calves when time to acquire IBR is waning
  3. c Rhabdo virus
  4. d Bacteria: Listeria monocytogenes
  5. e primary host is pig

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. localizes in intestinal walls, placenta and brain
  2. Diagnosis
    CSF analysis
    ID of brain or placenta of affected aniimal
    May be able to isolate organism from CSF, urine, feces, milk of ill animals
  3. Cause by unpasteurized milk drank by humans?..raw hot dogs and bologna
  4. Diagnosis
    No practical antemortem tests, measurement of thiamine levels are often misleading, diagnosis often made by treatment
  5. Fresh brain tissue required immunofleurescense of tissue allows for detection of anitgen/antibody reaction

5 True/False questions

  1. Polioencephalomalaciarisk factors include thiaminases, high sulfate intake, amprolium (Acepromazine, levamisole, thiabendazole)

          

  2. PolioencephalomalaciaTreatment
    ~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

          

  3. ListeriosisIngested & Inhaled transmission leads to abortions latent infections, septicemia

          

  4. Listeriosis_____ is a disease related to mad cow disease

          

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