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5 Matching questions

  1. What do pigs with Glassers dz develop
  2. What are signs of A. pleuropneumonia
  3. What lesions in the brain does ITEME cause
  4. What happens to pregnant sows that get A. pleuropneumonia
  5. Describe the characteristics of Haemophilus and similar bacteria (actinobacillus, taylorelle equigenitalis)
  1. a fibrounous polyserositis
    pleuritis/peritonitis
    meningitis (paddling movements seen)
    pyrexia
    lameness
    recumbency
    convulsions
    death
  2. b fever, bleeding from nose, mouth (necrotizing vasculitis in lung) ->hemorrhage
  3. c septicemia kills fetus
  4. d gram neg coccobacilli;; pleomorphic; small colonies
  5. e meningitis
    thrombosis
    necroic areas
    hemorrhagic areas in brain

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. septicemia -> attachment to vascular endothelial cells -> platelet aggregation -> coagulation -> thrombosis
  2. gram negative rods
  3. Yes, bacterins reduce mortality (they don't prevent the dz or decrease severity)
  4. contagious pleuropneumonia of swine
  5. fever, staggering, knuckling of fetlock, somnolence, circling, blindness, coma, death

5 True/False questions

  1. Are there vaccines for H. somniYes, bacterins reduce mortality (they don't prevent the dz or decrease severity)

          

  2. What do survivors of A. pleuropneumonia often developchronic lesions
    abscessation
    pleuritic adhesions affecting growth

          

  3. What are haemophilus and similar bacteria strict parasites ofHemin (X factor) and / or Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (V factor)

          

  4. What are the virulence factors of A. pleuropneumoniaefever, bleeding from nose, mouth (necrotizing vasculitis in lung) ->hemorrhage

          

  5. How do you control H. parasuisBacterins (vaccines) help