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Gastroenterology Diseases
anorexia
dysphagia
polyphagia
cheilitis
decreased appetite because of disease or the GI side effects…
difficult or painful eating/swallowing.
excessive overeating due to overactive thyroid gland, diabete…
inflammation and cracking of the lips... cheil/o- lip
anorexia
decreased appetite because of disease or the GI side effects…
dysphagia
difficult or painful eating/swallowing.
64 terms
Gastroenterology Diseases
What distinguishes acute abdominal pai…
Possible Causes of Abdominal Pain
What are the two kinds of peptic ulcers?
Causes of Peptic Ulcers
acute abdominal pain has persisted for less than 7 days
-constipation, stomach virus, menstrual cramps, irritable bow…
1. stomach (gastric) ulcer... 2. duodenal ulcer
1. NSAIDs (pain relievers)... 2. H. pylori infection... 3. alcohol…
What distinguishes acute abdominal pai…
acute abdominal pain has persisted for less than 7 days
Possible Causes of Abdominal Pain
-constipation, stomach virus, menstrual cramps, irritable bow…
194 terms
Veterinary Diseases
Well nourished adult sheep lag behind…
Well nourished cattle with crepitant s…
Cattle, chronic, progressive, granulam…
Hemoglobinuria, quick rigor mortis, ch…
Clostridium novyi infection, Infectious Necrotic Hepatitis, B…
Clostridium chauvei, Black leg disease
Actinomycosis bovis
Clostridium haemolyticum, Bacillary hemoglobinuria, Red Water…
Well nourished adult sheep lag behind…
Clostridium novyi infection, Infectious Necrotic Hepatitis, B…
Well nourished cattle with crepitant s…
Clostridium chauvei, Black leg disease
51 terms
Gastroenterology - Diseases
adhesions
anorexia
appendicitis
ascites
Fibrous bands that form after surgery in the abdominal cavity…
Decreased appetite because of disease r the gastrointestinal…
Inflammation and infection of the appendix. Undigested materi…
Accumulation of ascitic fluid in the abdominopelvic cavity. L…
adhesions
Fibrous bands that form after surgery in the abdominal cavity…
anorexia
Decreased appetite because of disease r the gastrointestinal…
44 terms
GASTROENTEROLOGY DISEASES
Infectious esophagitis/Causes
Infectious esophagitis/S/S
Infectious esophagitis/DX
Infectious esophagitis/TX
Fungal/Candida; Viral/CMV and HSV; HIV, TB, EBV, MAC
Odynophagia or dysphagia in IC patient
Endoscope. CMV or HIV large deep ulcers... HSV multiple shallow…
Candida/Fluconazole or ketoconazole... HSV/Acyclovir... CMV/Gancicl…
Infectious esophagitis/Causes
Fungal/Candida; Viral/CMV and HSV; HIV, TB, EBV, MAC
Infectious esophagitis/S/S
Odynophagia or dysphagia in IC patient
Gastroenterology- Diseases
Barium Enema
Fecal Occult Blood Test
Gastroesophagul Reflux Disease
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
X-ray examination of intestine and colon using barium as a co…
Clinical lab test for presence of small amounts of blood in f…
Occurs when stomach acid backs up into esophagus
Disturbance in normal functioning of bowel characterized by a…
Barium Enema
X-ray examination of intestine and colon using barium as a co…
Fecal Occult Blood Test
Clinical lab test for presence of small amounts of blood in f…
Gastroenterology diseases
Anorexia
Dysphagia
Polyphagia
Cheilitis
Decreased appetite because of disease or the gastrointestinal…
Difficult or painful eating or swallowing. Treatment of soft…
Excessive overeating due to an overactive thyroid gland diabe…
inflammation and cracking of the lips in corners of the mouth…
Anorexia
Decreased appetite because of disease or the gastrointestinal…
Dysphagia
Difficult or painful eating or swallowing. Treatment of soft…
59 terms
Gastroenterology Diseases
Anorexia
Dysphagia
Polyphagia
Chelitis
Decreased appetite due to side effects or disease
Difficult or painful eating/swallowing, caused by stroke, inf…
Excessive overeating due to thyroid gland or illness
Inflammation and cracking of lips and mouth due to infection,…
Anorexia
Decreased appetite due to side effects or disease
Dysphagia
Difficult or painful eating/swallowing, caused by stroke, inf…
38 terms
Gastroenterological Diseases
Dyspepsia
Borborygmi
Nausea
Emesis
impaired digestion (indigestion)
rumbling stomach
sensation of needing to vomit
vomiting
Dyspepsia
impaired digestion (indigestion)
Borborygmi
rumbling stomach
58 terms
Chapter 3: Gastroenterology- Diseases
anorexia
dysphagia
polyphagia
cheilitis
decreased appetite because of disease or drug
difficult or painful eating or swallowing
excessive overeating
inflammation and cracking of the lips and corners of the mouth
anorexia
decreased appetite because of disease or drug
dysphagia
difficult or painful eating or swallowing
14 terms
Gastroenterology Diseases and Conditions
anorexia
dysphagia
gastroenteritis
heartburn
an- without... orex/o-appetite... -ia condition
difficult or painful eating or swallowing... dys-painful... phag/o-…
gastr/o- stomach... enter/o- intestine... -itis inflammation or inf…
temporary inflammation of the esophagus due to reflux of stom…
anorexia
an- without... orex/o-appetite... -ia condition
dysphagia
difficult or painful eating or swallowing... dys-painful... phag/o-…
Veterinary Disease
What is Aetiology?
What is Virulence?
What is Pathogenesis?
What is Infectious?
the actual cause of the disease
the ability of the pathogen to cause disease
step by step development of a disease
transmissible disease relating to the presence of some sort o…
What is Aetiology?
the actual cause of the disease
What is Virulence?
the ability of the pathogen to cause disease
41 terms
Chap 3 gastroenterology diseases
anorexia
anorexia treatment
dysphagia
dysphagia treatment
Decrease appetite because of disease or the gastrointestinal…
correct the underlying cause
Difficult or painful eating or swallowing
soft foods and thickened liquids. Antibiotic drug for a bacte…
anorexia
Decrease appetite because of disease or the gastrointestinal…
anorexia treatment
correct the underlying cause
52 terms
Gastroenterology Diseases and Conditions
anorexia
dysphagia
polyphagia
chelitis
decreased appetite because of disease or the gastrointestinal…
difficult or painful eating or swallowing. A stroke, oral inf…
excessive overeating due to an overactive thyroid gland, diab…
inflammation and cracking of the lips and corners of the mout…
anorexia
decreased appetite because of disease or the gastrointestinal…
dysphagia
difficult or painful eating or swallowing. A stroke, oral inf…
HLTH 354 Gastroenterology Diseases
stomatitis
aphthous stomatitis
glossitis
dyspepsia
inflammation of the mucosa caused by poorly fitting dentures…
reoccuring outbreaks of small painful ulcers on lips or oral…
inflammation of the tongue
indigestion
stomatitis
inflammation of the mucosa caused by poorly fitting dentures…
aphthous stomatitis
reoccuring outbreaks of small painful ulcers on lips or oral…
21 terms
Veterinary Science -- Zoonotic Diseases
Stroke
ataxic
encephalitis
avian influenza
Interruption of blood flow to the brain
a neurological sign and symptom consisting of gross lack of c…
inflammation of the brain
virus that can cause varying amounts of clinical illness in p…
Stroke
Interruption of blood flow to the brain
ataxic
a neurological sign and symptom consisting of gross lack of c…
Gastroenterology Diseases and Conditions
anorexia
dysphagia
gastroenteritis
heartburn
an- without... orex/o-appetite... -ia condition
difficult or painful eating or swallowing... dys-painful... phag/o-…
gastr/o- stomach... enter/o- intestine... -itis inflammation or inf…
temporary inflammation of the esophagus due to reflux of stom…
anorexia
an- without... orex/o-appetite... -ia condition
dysphagia
difficult or painful eating or swallowing... dys-painful... phag/o-…
29 terms
Gastroenterology Diseases and Conditions
Anorexia
Dysphagia
Polyphagia
Chilitis
Decreasedd appetite because of disease of the gastrointestina…
Difficult or painful eating or swallowing, a stroke can make…
Excessive overeating due to an overactive thyroid gland, diab…
Inflammation and cracking of the lips and corners of the mout…
Anorexia
Decreasedd appetite because of disease of the gastrointestina…
Dysphagia
Difficult or painful eating or swallowing, a stroke can make…
73 terms
Commonly used Veterinary Diseases
alopecia
anorexia
hypoxia
apnoea
loss of hair
loss of appetite
lack of oxygen
cessation of breathing
alopecia
loss of hair
anorexia
loss of appetite
67 terms
Gastroenterology Diseases and Treatments
anorexia
dysphagia
polyphagia
stomatitis
decreased appetite because of medical condition of medications
difficult/painful eating/swallowing
overeating d/t overactive thyroid, diabetes, psychiatric illn…
inflammation of the oral cavity
anorexia
decreased appetite because of medical condition of medications
dysphagia
difficult/painful eating/swallowing
52 terms
Chapter 3 Diseases of Gastroenterology
anorexia
dysphagia
polyphagia
chelitis
decreased appetite because of disease or the gastrointestinal…
difficult or painful eating or swallowing. A stroke, oral inf…
excessive overeating due to an overactive thyroid gland, diab…
inflammation and cracking of the lips and corners of the mout…
anorexia
decreased appetite because of disease or the gastrointestinal…
dysphagia
difficult or painful eating or swallowing. A stroke, oral inf…
12 terms
Gastroenterology - Diseases - Liver
ascites... ascites (ah-SY-teez) ... ascitic…
cirrhosis... cirrhosis (sih-ROH-sis) ... cir…
hepatitis... hepat/o- liver ... -itis inflam…
Hepatitis A
Accumulation of ascitic fluid in the abdominopelvic cavity. L…
Chronic, progressive inflammation and finally irreversible de…
Inflammation and infection of the liver from the hepatitis vi…
Is an acute but short-lived infection and most persons recove…
ascites... ascites (ah-SY-teez) ... ascitic…
Accumulation of ascitic fluid in the abdominopelvic cavity. L…
cirrhosis... cirrhosis (sih-ROH-sis) ... cir…
Chronic, progressive inflammation and finally irreversible de…
7 terms
Gastroenterology - Diseases - Defecation and Feces
constipation... constip/o- compacted fece…
diarrhea... diarrhea (-ah-REE-ah) ... dia- c…
flatulence... flatulence (FLAT-yoo-lens)…
hematochezia... hemat/o- blood ... chez/o- t…
Failure to have regular, soft bowel movements. This can be du…
Abnormally frequent, loose, and sometimes watery feces. It is…
Presence of excessive amounts of flatus (gas) in the stomach…
Blood in the feces. The source of bleeding can be an ulcer, c…
constipation... constip/o- compacted fece…
Failure to have regular, soft bowel movements. This can be du…
diarrhea... diarrhea (-ah-REE-ah) ... dia- c…
Abnormally frequent, loose, and sometimes watery feces. It is…
34 terms
Veterinary Disease
What is Aetiology?
What is Virulence?
What is Pathogenesis?
What is Infectious?
the actual cause of the disease
the ability of the pathogen to cause disease
step by step development of a disease
transmissible disease relating to the presence of some sort o…
What is Aetiology?
the actual cause of the disease
What is Virulence?
the ability of the pathogen to cause disease
8 terms
Gastroenterology - Diseases - Esophagus and Stomach
gastritis... gastritis (gas-TRY-tis) ... gas…
gastroenteritis... gastroenteritis ... (-tro…
gastroesophageal reflux disease ... (GERD…
heartburn... pyrosis (py-ROH-sis) ... pyr/o-…
Acute or chronic inflammation of the stomach due to spicy foo…
Acute inflammation or infection of the stomach and intestines…
Chronic inflammation and irritation due to reflux of stomach…
Temporary inflammation of the esophagus due to reflux of stom…
gastritis... gastritis (gas-TRY-tis) ... gas…
Acute or chronic inflammation of the stomach due to spicy foo…
gastroenteritis... gastroenteritis ... (-tro…
Acute inflammation or infection of the stomach and intestines…
9 terms
Gastroenterology - Diseases - Cecum and Colon
appendicitis... appendicitis (ah--dih-SY-…
colic... colic (KAW-lik) ... col/o- colon ... -…
colon cancer ... colorectal (-loh-REK-tal…
diverticulum... diverticulum (DY-ver-TIH-…
Inflammation and infection of the appendix. Undigested materi…
Common disorder in babies. There is crampy abdominal pain soo…
Cancerous tumor of the colon. It occurs when colonic polyps o…
Weakness in the wall of the colon where the mucosa forms a po…
appendicitis... appendicitis (ah--dih-SY-…
Inflammation and infection of the appendix. Undigested materi…
colic... colic (KAW-lik) ... col/o- colon ... -…
Common disorder in babies. There is crampy abdominal pain soo…
35 terms
Gastroenterology - Test 2 - Diseases of peritoneum
omental caking
malignant ascites
malignant ascites
malignant ascites
what does peritoneal carcinomatosis (a form of malignant asci…
labs: low saag, increased total protein, positive ascitic cyt…
often due to abdominal cancers (ovarian, uterine, pancreatic)…
most cases caused by peritoneal carcinomatosis via widespread…
omental caking
what does peritoneal carcinomatosis (a form of malignant asci…
malignant ascites
labs: low saag, increased total protein, positive ascitic cyt…
Gastroenterology - Diseases of the Esophagus
What is GERD?
What causes GERD?
List protective factors of the esophag…
What is Barrett esophagitis?
Gastroesphagel Reflux Disease
The result of recurrent reflux of gastric contents into the d…
- gravity... - LES tone... - esophageal motility... - salivary flow... -…
Replacement of normal squamous epithelium with metaplastic co…
What is GERD?
Gastroesphagel Reflux Disease
What causes GERD?
The result of recurrent reflux of gastric contents into the d…
Gastroenterology - Diseases of the Pancreas
What is acute pancreatitis?
How does acute pancreatitits present?
What are the causes of acute pancreati…
What is the classic presentation of ac…
a disease of the pancreas
The range of presentation is wide, ranging from mild episodes…
-Cholelithiasis or alcohol abuse are the most common causes... -…
epigastric pain radiating to the back. The pain lessens when…
What is acute pancreatitis?
a disease of the pancreas
How does acute pancreatitits present?
The range of presentation is wide, ranging from mild episodes…
10 terms
Veterinary Science: Diseases
Infectious Disease
Non-Infectious Disease
Direct Transmission
Indirect Transmission
Caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, rickettsiae, helminthes,…
Caused by dysfunctions of body systems, nutritional deficienc…
Spread through direct skin contact, inhalation, ingestion of…
Spread by vectors, vehicles, or fomites
Infectious Disease
Caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, rickettsiae, helminthes,…
Non-Infectious Disease
Caused by dysfunctions of body systems, nutritional deficienc…
54 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Veterinary Bacteriology (1 & 2)
History of Microbiology can be divided…
From the time of the ancient Romans to…
Anton van Leeuwenhoek did what?
Francesco Redi did what?
Historical period (BC to ~1680AD)... Transition period (~1700-1…
nonliving matter (life from nonlife).... Spontaneous generation
He first discovered protozoa and then bacteria... - Saw moving o…
First controlled experiments challenging spontaneous generati…
History of Microbiology can be divided…
Historical period (BC to ~1680AD)... Transition period (~1700-1…
From the time of the ancient Romans to…
nonliving matter (life from nonlife).... Spontaneous generation
Diseases in veterinary medicine
Parainfluenza
Equine influenza
West Nike virus
Corona
Viral;... Throat;... Dry hacking, coughing
Virus;... Fever, anorexia... Vaccine available
Weakness & tender muscles;... 30-40% die;... Vaccines
Virus;... Intestines;... Vomiting, diarrhea, bloody stool, dehydrat…
Parainfluenza
Viral;... Throat;... Dry hacking, coughing
Equine influenza
Virus;... Fever, anorexia... Vaccine available
Veterinary Science -- Zoonotic Diseases
Stroke
ataxic
encephalitis
avian influenza
Interruption of blood flow to the brain
a neurological sign and symptom consisting of gross lack of c…
inflammation of the brain
virus that can cause varying amounts of clinical illness in p…
Stroke
Interruption of blood flow to the brain
ataxic
a neurological sign and symptom consisting of gross lack of c…
57 terms
HB - Veterinary: Diseases and Ailments
What are some skin problems your horse…
What are some causes of skin problems
How are skin problems prevented?
What are signs/symptoms of skin proble…
warts, ringworm, melanoma, fungus infection, rainrot (dermato…
wet exposure, woodland exposure, fungal exposure
by limiting exposure
abnormality in the coat/skin
What are some skin problems your horse…
warts, ringworm, melanoma, fungus infection, rainrot (dermato…
What are some causes of skin problems
wet exposure, woodland exposure, fungal exposure
10 terms
Gastroenterology - oropharyngeal and esophageal diseases (3)
dysphagia
dysphagia signs
physical causes of dysphagia
functional causes of dysphagia
difficulty eating and/or swallowing... 3 types... - oral... - pharynge…
exaggerated swallowing... food/water falling out of the mouth... ga…
oral causes... - dental disease/abscess... - bone/tooth fractures... -…
neuromuscular causes... - masticatory myositis... - myasthenia grav…
dysphagia
difficulty eating and/or swallowing... 3 types... - oral... - pharynge…
dysphagia signs
exaggerated swallowing... food/water falling out of the mouth... ga…
Commonly used Veterinary Diseases
alopecia
anorexia
hypoxia
apnoea
loss of hair
loss of appetite
lack of oxygen
cessation of breathing
alopecia
loss of hair
anorexia
loss of appetite
15 terms
Veterinary Storage Diseases
GM1 Gangliosidosis
GM2 Gangliosidosis
Globoid-Cell Leukodystrophy (Krabbe's-…
Glucocerebrosidosis
B-galactosidase (and a-neuraminidase)... GM1-ganglioside
B-hexosaminidase... GM2-ganglioside
Galactosylceramidase (galactocerebroside B-galactosidase)... Ga…
Glucocerebrosidase... Glucocerebroside... Gaucher Disease
GM1 Gangliosidosis
B-galactosidase (and a-neuraminidase)... GM1-ganglioside
GM2 Gangliosidosis
B-hexosaminidase... GM2-ganglioside
39 terms
Veterinary Pharmacology - Bacteria and Diseases
Anthrax
Diamond skin
Food contamination
Plague
bacillus anthracis
Erysipelothrix rhysopathiae
E coli
Yersina pestis
Anthrax
bacillus anthracis
Diamond skin
Erysipelothrix rhysopathiae
42 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Chapter 10
Selection, collection, and transportat…
Tissue and organ specimens
Swabs
Transport media
Accuracy and validity of lab results are largely influenced b…
Suitable portions of each specimen should be placed in indivi…
Abscesses... nasal passages ... pharynx... tonsil ... eye ... ear ... skin,... Vag…
Used for carrying clinical specimens such as feces, abscess a…
Selection, collection, and transportat…
Accuracy and validity of lab results are largely influenced b…
Tissue and organ specimens
Suitable portions of each specimen should be placed in indivi…
45 terms
Liver Disease Gastroenterology (clinical medicine)
Types of Liver Disease (7)
Steatosis Definition
Steatohepatitis Definition
Cirrhosis Definition
-Alcoholic Liver Disease (ALD)... -Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Dise…
Fat infiltration in the liver (not being released from liver)
Fat infiltration along w/ inflammation
-damaged liver replaced by scar tissue resulting in decreased…
Types of Liver Disease (7)
-Alcoholic Liver Disease (ALD)... -Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Dise…
Steatosis Definition
Fat infiltration in the liver (not being released from liver)
21 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Chapter 9
Genetics
Genome
Structure of prokaryotic genomes
Plasmids
Study of inheritance and inheritable traits as expressed in a…
The entire genetic complement of an organism... Includes its ge…
Main portion of DNA, along with associated proteins and RNA... P…
Small molecules of DNA that replicate independently... Not essen…
Genetics
Study of inheritance and inheritable traits as expressed in a…
Genome
The entire genetic complement of an organism... Includes its ge…
44 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Chapter 8
Microbial growth
Microbial growth curve
Generation time
Oxygen requirements
Increase in a population of microbes... Result of microbial grow…
Lag phase - Log (exponential phase) - Stationary phase - Deat…
Generation Time: Time required for a bacterial cell to grow a…
Oxygen is essential for obligate aerobes ... Oxygen is deadly fo…
Microbial growth
Increase in a population of microbes... Result of microbial grow…
Microbial growth curve
Lag phase - Log (exponential phase) - Stationary phase - Deat…
90 terms
Diseases Veterinary Medical Terminology
Hip Dysplasia
Causes of Hip Dysplasia
Clinical Signs of Hip Dysplasia
Diganosis Hip Dysplasia
Abnormal developement of the hip joint, the excessive laxity…
-Genetics (joint conformation) is hereditary... Makes selective…
Severe- ... typically affects young dogs 5-8 months... Sudden onset…
Palpation of hip clicking in and out while patient is anesthe…
Hip Dysplasia
Abnormal developement of the hip joint, the excessive laxity…
Causes of Hip Dysplasia
-Genetics (joint conformation) is hereditary... Makes selective…
57 terms
Gastroenterology - Test 2 - Diseases of small intestine
acute paralytic ileus
acute paralytic ileus
acute paralytic ileus
acute paralytic ileus
treatment: primary medical or surgical illness must be rectif…
differential diagnosis: mechanical obstruction: pain is inter…
laboratory: electrolytes including: potassium, magnesium, cal…
radiographic signs: distention with gas and fluid in small an…
acute paralytic ileus
treatment: primary medical or surgical illness must be rectif…
acute paralytic ileus
differential diagnosis: mechanical obstruction: pain is inter…
48 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Chapter 13
Mutualism
Commensalism
Parasitism
Most of one's resident microbiota is e…
Both the host and organism benefit. Ex. Bacteria in animal co…
The organism benefits while the host is neither benefitted or…
The organism benefits while the host is harmed. Ex. Tuberculo…
The first months of life.
Mutualism
Both the host and organism benefit. Ex. Bacteria in animal co…
Commensalism
The organism benefits while the host is neither benefitted or…
74 terms
Gastroenterology - Test 2 - Diseases of stomach/duodenum
gastric lymphoma
gastric lymphoma
gastric lymphoma
gastric lymphoma
treatment - resection, chemotherapy, radiation
labs - iron deficiency
s/s: progressive dysphagia, postprandial vomiting, virchow's…
risk is 6x greater if chronic h. pylori infection
gastric lymphoma
treatment - resection, chemotherapy, radiation
gastric lymphoma
labs - iron deficiency
89 terms
Veterinary Dental Disease-Intro
polydontia
oligodontia
adontia
rostral
many teeth
fewer teeth
no teeth
toward the front of the head
polydontia
many teeth
oligodontia
fewer teeth
13 terms
Gastroenterology - clinical signs of disease (1)
dysphagia
dysphagia causes
dysphagia dx plan
regurgitation
difficulty eating/swallowing... - exaggerated swallowing... - food/…
oral pain... - bone/tooth fracture... - dental disease/abscesses... -…
neurologic exam... oropharyngeal exam (under GA)... - dental exam... -…
expulsion of food/water from the pharynx/esophagus (passive p…
dysphagia
difficulty eating/swallowing... - exaggerated swallowing... - food/…
dysphagia causes
oral pain... - bone/tooth fracture... - dental disease/abscesses... -…
16 terms
Veterinary Nutrition: Cardiac Disease
Which Diet is most ideal for cases wit…
Success rate of Cardiac disease nutrit…
Cardiac Disease: Clinical signs
Cardiac Cachexia
-There is no ideal diet to best suit cardiac disease. Commerc…
-Success rate is often not too good. Owner won't accept the r…
-Peripheral edema... -Fluid retention... -nutritional deficiencies…
-loss of body mass; animal losing muscle in the face of eatin…
Which Diet is most ideal for cases wit…
-There is no ideal diet to best suit cardiac disease. Commerc…
Success rate of Cardiac disease nutrit…
-Success rate is often not too good. Owner won't accept the r…
Veterinary Medical Nursing - Infectious Diseases
definition of Infectious Canine Trache…
etiology of Infectious Canine Tracheob…
clinical signs of Infectious Canine Tr…
diagnosis of Infectious Canine Tracheo…
Any contagious respiratory disease that is manifested by coug…
1. Canine adenovirus virus (CAV-2) & Parainfluenza virus (PIV…
1. Coughing... 2. Ocular & nasal discharge... 3. Retching or gaggin…
1. Based on clinical exam & history of exposure... a. cough on…
definition of Infectious Canine Trache…
Any contagious respiratory disease that is manifested by coug…
etiology of Infectious Canine Tracheob…
1. Canine adenovirus virus (CAV-2) & Parainfluenza virus (PIV…
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