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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
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
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…
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
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
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…
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
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…
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…
44 terms
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…
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
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
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…
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…
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…
14 terms
Veterinary teach: Disease
FIP is caused by?
Feline leukemia is caused by?
What caused a pear shape abdomen in ca…
Most common treatment for toxoplasmosis?
Coronavirus
Retrovirus
FIP
Clindamycin
FIP is caused by?
Coronavirus
Feline leukemia is caused by?
Retrovirus
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…
19 terms
Veterinary Infectious Disease Chapter 7
Structures in a typical eukaryotic cell
Structures in a typical prokaryotic cell
Prokaryotic cell capsule/glycocalyx
Flagella
-Nucleolus... -Nuclear envelope... -Nuclear pore... -Cilia... -Ribosomes…
-Nucleoid... -Ribosome... -Cytoplasm... -Inclusions... -Flagellum... -Cytopl…
Some bacteria have gelatinous, sticky substance surrounding t…
Present in some bacteria. ... Bacterial movement (for phototaxis…
Structures in a typical eukaryotic cell
-Nucleolus... -Nuclear envelope... -Nuclear pore... -Cilia... -Ribosomes…
Structures in a typical prokaryotic cell
-Nucleoid... -Ribosome... -Cytoplasm... -Inclusions... -Flagellum... -Cytopl…
40 terms
Veterinary Assisting Diseases, chpt. 7
Anal sacculitis
Feline asthma
Atopy
Aural hematoma
Impaction, infection, inflammation of anal glands.... C/S: scoot…
Inflammation of airwayz, bronchoconstriction ... C/S: dyspnea, c…
Allergic reaction to inhaled substances ... C/S: pruritis,alopec…
Trauma to ear causing build up of blood beneath the skin surf…
Anal sacculitis
Impaction, infection, inflammation of anal glands.... C/S: scoot…
Feline asthma
Inflammation of airwayz, bronchoconstriction ... C/S: dyspnea, c…
83 terms
Veterinary Pathology and Diseases Terminology and Etiology
pathology
disease
pathologist
necrospy
study of disease
any alteration from the normal state of health
one who studies disease
animal autopsy
pathology
study of disease
disease
any alteration from the normal state of health
17 terms
Veterinary suffixes for diseases or conditions
-algia
-emesis
-emia
-Esis, -iasis, -asis
Pain
Vomit
Blood condition
Infestation or infection with, a condition characterized by
-algia
Pain
-emesis
Vomit
57 terms
Tapeworms diseases of veterinary and medical significance
Are tapeworms parasitic?
What shape are tape-worms?
Tapeworms are a ______ flatworm?
Do tapeworms have both male and female…
yes
ribbon
segmented
yes
Are tapeworms parasitic?
yes
What shape are tape-worms?
ribbon
86 terms
Diseases of ticks and mites in veterinary medicine
What gives ticks their resistance to a…
Can ticks withstand long periods of st…
How often do hard tick females engorge?
How often do soft tick females engorge?
exoskeleton
yes
1
more than 1
What gives ticks their resistance to a…
exoskeleton
Can ticks withstand long periods of st…
yes
22 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Actions of antimicrobial Drugs
Penicillins
Cephalosporins
Vancomycin
Bacitracin
Inhibition of cell wall synthesis
Inhibition of cell wall synthesis
Inhibition of cell wall synthesis
Inhibition of cell wall synthesis
Penicillins
Inhibition of cell wall synthesis
Cephalosporins
Inhibition of cell wall synthesis
21 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Exam 1 bacteria
Trueperella Pyogenes
Actinomyces Bovis
Actinomyces Viscosis
Nocardia Asteroides
causes supprative lesions in cattle, pigs and sheep... any organ…
Bovine Actinomycosis (Lumpy Jaw)... causes chronic osteomyelitis…
Canine Actinomycosis... causes subcutaneous pyogranulomatous les…
Canine Nocardosis:... causes pulmonary, cutaneous and CNS infect…
Trueperella Pyogenes
causes supprative lesions in cattle, pigs and sheep... any organ…
Actinomyces Bovis
Bovine Actinomycosis (Lumpy Jaw)... causes chronic osteomyelitis…
48 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Chapter 11 and 12
Drugs
Antimicrobial agents
Paul Ehrlich
Gerhard Domagk
-Chemicals that affect physiology in any matter
Drugs that treat infections ... They can kill or inhibit growth…
"Magic bullets"... Arsenic compounds that killed Treponema palli…
Prontosil red for Streptococi infections... Converted to sulfani…
Drugs
-Chemicals that affect physiology in any matter
Antimicrobial agents
Drugs that treat infections ... They can kill or inhibit growth…
14 terms
Zoonotic Disease Prevention in Veterinary Personnel
What is the single most important meas…
Is hand washing or alcohol-based produ…
When are "hand rubs" an effective meth…
T/F: Hand rubs are highly effective ag…
Hand hygiene!!... Using soap & water or alcohol-based products
Hand washing
When hands are NOT visibly soiled
FALSE!... Very effective-->Bacteria... Less effective--> Protozoa…
What is the single most important meas…
Hand hygiene!!... Using soap & water or alcohol-based products
Is hand washing or alcohol-based produ…
Hand washing
44 terms
Veterinary Medical Nursing - Infectious Diseases (lect. 7)
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…
99 terms
Veterinary science 3 canine infectious diseases (2)
CDV
Is canine distemper zoonotic
Is canine distemper reportable
Who does canine distemper virus affect
Canine distemper virus
No
No
Canids pandas and coati mundi
CDV
Canine distemper virus
Is canine distemper zoonotic
No
75 terms
227.216 Veterinary infectious diseases and parasites
Papillae
What modification of the cuticle does…
What modification of the cuticle does…
Alae
Sensory protuberances, mostly at the extremities of nematodes…
Cervical papillae - paired near oesophagus - presumably sensory
"leaf crown"around mouth - modified sensory papillae
Two lateral flaps of cuticle
Papillae
Sensory protuberances, mostly at the extremities of nematodes…
What modification of the cuticle does…
Cervical papillae - paired near oesophagus - presumably sensory
24 terms
Veterinary Pathology - General Pathology V. (Progress of diseases)
pathogen
agent
external body orifices
invasion
kórokozó
ágens
természetes testnyílások
behatolás
pathogen
kórokozó
agent
ágens
32 terms
Veterinary medicine suffixes for surgical procedures, diseases, instruments
centesis
ectomy
ize
pexy
To puncture, perforate, or tap- allowing air or fluid to leav…
To surgically remove ... Cholecystectomy-Surgically removing the…
Use, subject to... Anesthetize-Subject to anesthesia
Fixation or suturing (a stabilizing type of repair)... Gastropex…
centesis
To puncture, perforate, or tap- allowing air or fluid to leav…
ectomy
To surgically remove ... Cholecystectomy-Surgically removing the…
11 terms
Veterinary Nutrition: Nutritional Management of Kidney Disease
Why are Veterinary Diets classified as…
Kidney functionality
What compound is used for determining…
Power of Nutrition/Nutritional Managem…
-they can be legally sold ONLY to a veterinarian... -Considered…
-Can still live with 50% functionality; it's when it gets to…
-Creatine; a waste product from muscle work... -Eliminated throu…
-based on food that is energy-rich; more palatable, enticing…
Why are Veterinary Diets classified as…
-they can be legally sold ONLY to a veterinarian... -Considered…
Kidney functionality
-Can still live with 50% functionality; it's when it gets to…
43 terms
Veterinary Disease 1 Section 1 Study Guide
What are the two origins of disease an…
13 types of diseases/denote infectious…
Why is a knowledge of anatomy and phys…
What is histopathology?
Internal:metabolic, endocrine, neoplasm, degenerative... Externa…
...
It is based on a loss of or a change in normal structure and…
The evaluation of tissues under a microscope to assist in the…
What are the two origins of disease an…
Internal:metabolic, endocrine, neoplasm, degenerative... Externa…
13 types of diseases/denote infectious…
...
40 terms
Veterinary Medical Terminoloy: Ch. 16 Disease Terminology
disease
contagious disease
iatrogenic disease
idiopathic disease
deviation from normal
disease that can be spread from one animal to another by dire…
disorder caused by physicians or veternarians
disorder of unknown cause
disease
deviation from normal
contagious disease
disease that can be spread from one animal to another by dire…
35 terms
Veterinary Pathology - General pathology I. (Disease, Death)
disease
defect
pathological regulation
general disease
betegség
hiányosság
kóros szabályozás
általános betegség
disease
betegség
defect
hiányosság
40 terms
Veterinary Epidemiology- Disease Frequency and Association 1
Define Epidemiology
Objectives of Epidemiology
Types of Prevention
Components of Disease outbreaks
The study of how disease is distributed in populations and fa…
-Determine burden of disease in population... -ID etiology/cause…
Primary-preventing initail development of disease (vaccines,…
Determinants of disease outbreaks, Herd Immunity, Incubation…
Define Epidemiology
The study of how disease is distributed in populations and fa…
Objectives of Epidemiology
-Determine burden of disease in population... -ID etiology/cause…
11 terms
Veterinary Infectious Diseases Chapter 14-Staphylococcus species Virulence factors
Coagulase
Catalase
Lipase esterases, staphylokinase, hyal…
Protein A
Conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin. Shields from phagocytic c…
Protects S. aureus from killing action of phagocytes.
Enzymes causing tissue destruction.
Surface component which binds Fc position of IgG & inhibits o…
Coagulase
Conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin. Shields from phagocytic c…
Catalase
Protects S. aureus from killing action of phagocytes.
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