NAME

Question types


Start with


Question limit

of 52 available terms

Print test

5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Psuedorabies
  2. Psuedorabies "Mad Itch"
  3. Polioencephalomalacia
  4. Listeriosis
  5. Encephalitic IBR
  1. a Etiology
    -DNA herpes virus
    -Primary host is pig
    -Can infect cattle sheep goats dogs & cats
    -may be asymptomatic
  2. b 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
  3. c Clinical signs(related to encephalitis)
    anorexia, depression, disorientation
    circling, facial paralysis on affected side
  4. d Illness duration 8-72hrs
  5. e Supportive treatment only
    close serologic relationship btwn strains of BHV1.1 may be protective

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Bacteria, found in soil, water and plants, high risk to pregnant women
  2. Treatment & Control
    no treatment
    identify & eliminate affected animals
    eliminate flock mates of affected animals
  3. may be asymptomatic
  4. This affects the CNS of calves producing a meningeoncephalitis
  5. Cause by unpasteurized milk drank by humans?..raw hot dogs and bologna

5 True/False questions

  1. ListeriosisTreatment & Control
    no treatment
    identify & eliminate affected animals
    eliminate flock mates of affected animals

          

  2. Polioencephalomalaciaassociated with high sulfer intake & Thiamin(vitamin B) Deficeincy

          

  3. Scrapieendemic in Canada US Western Europe
    not seen in UK Australia & New Zealand

          

  4. Encephalititc IBR (BHV1.3)BHV1
    subtype 1.3

          

  5. Psuedorabies "Mad Itch"may be asymptomatic