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12 terms
Veterinary Pathology 2
Focal (Solitary or Multifocal)
Diffuse
Multifocal to coalescing
Segmental
Involves part of tissue or organ.
Involves whole organ or whole of specified area.
When multifocal lesions 'join-up' with each other.
Used for a describing a portion of a tubular organ.
Focal (Solitary or Multifocal)
Involves part of tissue or organ.
Diffuse
Involves whole organ or whole of specified area.
43 terms
Veterinary Pathology & Parasitology Exam #2
Tapeworms are known as:
The definitive host for Taeinia sagina…
This parasite has wider than long prog…
What are the intermediate hosts of Par…
Cestodes
Human
Anoplocephala perfoliata
Snail, crayfish
Tapeworms are known as:
Cestodes
The definitive host for Taeinia sagina…
Human
65 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology (Week 2)
What temp do pathological organisms ty…
Name two types of centrifuges
What does a refractometer measure?
How do you adjust a refractometer?
37 degrees Celcius
Horizontal and angle
refractive index
A screw on it as directed
What temp do pathological organisms ty…
37 degrees Celcius
Name two types of centrifuges
Horizontal and angle
23 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology Q2
What color do the granules in neutroph…
Plasma contains the following proteins:
Monocytes and lymphocytes nuclei are _…
What color blood tube top indicates th…
Clear
Albumin, glbulins, and fibrinogen
lobed, non-segmented ... & ... segmented
green
What color do the granules in neutroph…
Clear
Plasma contains the following proteins:
Albumin, glbulins, and fibrinogen
478 terms
Veterinary Pathology
mechanism of disease development
structural changes in cells or tissues…
a diagnosis that identifies the aetiol…
incomplete or underdevelopment of tiss…
Pathogenesis
Morphologic diagnosis
Aetiologic diagnosis
Hypoplasia
mechanism of disease development
Pathogenesis
structural changes in cells or tissues…
Morphologic diagnosis
263 terms
Veterinary Pathology Exam 2 RUSVM
What is systemic pathology?
What is degeneration?
What are the types of degeneration?
What is the difference between hypopla…
the study of disease processes according to the organ system…
deterioration characterized by abnormal structural changes an…
water loading (hydropic degeneration), metabolite loading (gl…
in hypoplsia you have limitted growth in which the cells neve…
What is systemic pathology?
the study of disease processes according to the organ system…
What is degeneration?
deterioration characterized by abnormal structural changes an…
107 terms
GI 2 Organ Systems Veterinary Pathology
Rumen Tympany (Bloat) with the bloat l…
Sloughing of rumen epithelium in sheep…
Sloughing of rumenal epithelium, acute…
Traumatic reticuloperitonitis-arrow is…
The "pluck" from a cow. What is the line pointed out and wher…
What can this be due to?
what are the sequelae to this?
Rumen Tympany (Bloat) with the bloat l…
The "pluck" from a cow. What is the line pointed out and wher…
Sloughing of rumen epithelium in sheep…
What can this be due to?
25 terms
Veterinary pathology
hyperaemia
Active hyperaemia
Passive hyperaemia
Red blood cell diapedesis
increased amount of blood within the vascular system of an or…
when the arteries and arterioles actively dilate and therefor…
increased amount of blood present because drainage of blood v…
when tissues are hyperaemic, small numbers of red blood cells…
hyperaemia
increased amount of blood within the vascular system of an or…
Active hyperaemia
when the arteries and arterioles actively dilate and therefor…
27 terms
Veterinary Pathology
5 cardinal signs of inflammation
vasodilation
edema
phagocytosis and inflammation proved a…
heat... redness... swelling... pain... loss of function
dilation of blood vessels
increased fluid in the tissue
second
5 cardinal signs of inflammation
heat... redness... swelling... pain... loss of function
vasodilation
dilation of blood vessels
64 terms
Veterinary Pathology
Etiology
Congenital
Genetic
Aquired
Cause of disease
Existing @ birth; acquired during development
Inherited
Added characteristic/trait
Etiology
Cause of disease
Congenital
Existing @ birth; acquired during development
19 terms
Veterinary Pathology
During repair of wound healing, what o…
Which growth factor stimulates growth…
Dissolution of the nuclear membrane de…
A burn that produces an eschar and des…
Capillaries
Fibroblast
Karyolysis
Third
During repair of wound healing, what o…
Capillaries
Which growth factor stimulates growth…
Fibroblast
25 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology 2 (Week 6)
Warbles
Relationship meaning to carry
Parasite is not causing outward signs…
Parasite causes outward harm
What is the common term for Cuterebra?
Phoresis?
Parasitiasis?
Parasitosis?
Warbles
What is the common term for Cuterebra?
Relationship meaning to carry
Phoresis?
51 terms
Veterinary Pathology Neoplasia
Neoplasia
Neoplasm
Oncology
Neoplasm (tumor): two basic components
The process of tumor formation
New growth" - "composed of cells originally derived from norm…
Study of tumors or neoplasms.
1. Parenchyma 2. Stroma (connective tissue and blood vessels…
Neoplasia
The process of tumor formation
Neoplasm
New growth" - "composed of cells originally derived from norm…
42 terms
Veterinary Pathology - General Pathology III/2. (High and low temperature)
local effects
combustion
severity
action
helyi hatások
égés
súlyosság
behatás
local effects
helyi hatások
combustion
égés
194 terms
Veterinary Pathology I Exam 2 NEW
Define inflammation.
What are the five cardinal signs of in…
What are the four main vasodilators?
Which inflammatory mediators increase…
a reaction of vascularized living tissues to injury
Heat/calor, redness/rubor, swelling/tumor, pain/dolor, and lo…
nitric oxide, bradykinin, prostaglandins, leukotrienes (LTB4)
histamine, substance P, bradykinin, serotonin C5a, C3a, prost…
Define inflammation.
a reaction of vascularized living tissues to injury
What are the five cardinal signs of in…
Heat/calor, redness/rubor, swelling/tumor, pain/dolor, and lo…
94 terms
veterinary pathology 2012
Where are syncytial cells most commonl…
What nuclear kinase is involved in the…
Mouse specific keratin 1 and 10 expres…
Postnatal neurogenesis persists in wha…
Liver and intestines; Helicobacter spp. (histologically see c…
ALPK3. Myocardial hypertrophy was the predominant feature (bi…
Stratum spinosum and granulosum. ... Stratum basale and diffuse…
Rostral subventricular zone, hippocampal dentate gyrus, a for…
Where are syncytial cells most commonl…
Liver and intestines; Helicobacter spp. (histologically see c…
What nuclear kinase is involved in the…
ALPK3. Myocardial hypertrophy was the predominant feature (bi…
64 terms
2014 veterinary pathology
What are cell markers for luminal cell…
What are good IHC markers to different…
What is unique about IHC labeling of l…
What is a sensitive marker of equine m…
Luminal: K7,8,18,&19. ... Myoepithelial/basal: K5/6,14,17, SMA,…
Choroid plexus tumors should be pancytokeraton positive while…
Laminin staining is usually more extensive and linear in PNST…
PNL2 is sensitive and is more specific than s100 and PGP 9.5.…
What are cell markers for luminal cell…
Luminal: K7,8,18,&19. ... Myoepithelial/basal: K5/6,14,17, SMA,…
What are good IHC markers to different…
Choroid plexus tumors should be pancytokeraton positive while…
122 terms
2013 veterinary pathology
What was the result of infecting domes…
Which pathway is critical in the patho…
An ocular infection model of EHV-9 in…
Tomm5 double knockout mice displayed w…
Seorconversion with no clinical disease, variable viral phary…
Intrinsic apoptosis (caspase 3 and 9 activation)
Invasion into the calvarian occured through the trigeminal, a…
Widespread intra-alveolar fibrosis characterized by the prese…
What was the result of infecting domes…
Seorconversion with no clinical disease, variable viral phary…
Which pathway is critical in the patho…
Intrinsic apoptosis (caspase 3 and 9 activation)
139 terms
Veterinary Pathology 2015
What phenotype is canine mammary cance…
What clinical and histologic features…
Proteins of what growth factor pathway…
Point mutations and deletions in the c…
CD44+/Cd24- (stem cell phenotype). It is also reported that H…
Onset of disease was at an earlier age and the proportion of…
VEGF,PDGFB, and bFGF. TGFB1 and COX2 mediated pathways were o…
p53. This mutant was not observed in additional manifestation…
What phenotype is canine mammary cance…
CD44+/Cd24- (stem cell phenotype). It is also reported that H…
What clinical and histologic features…
Onset of disease was at an earlier age and the proportion of…
34 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology II
Packed Cell Volume, The packed cell vo…
1.015 - 1.045
1.035 - 1.060
5.2 - 7.8
What is PCV?
Normal urine specific gravity for a dog?
Normal urine specific gravity for a cat?
Normal blood protein values for a dog?
Packed Cell Volume, The packed cell vo…
What is PCV?
1.015 - 1.045
Normal urine specific gravity for a dog?
126 terms
Veterinary Hepatobiliary Pathology
Accentuated Lobular Pattern
Acquired Portocaval Shunt
Acquired Portocaval Shunt
Acute Passive Congestion of the Liver
Accentuated Lobular Pattern
Acquired Portocaval Shunt
62 terms
Lower Respiratory Veterinary Pathology
Acquired Atelectasis (Bovine, compress…
Acquired Atelectasis (Bovine, fetal)
Acquired atelectasis (Feline, compress…
Acute Bovine Pulmonary Edema and Emphy…
What could be a possible disease causing this pathology?
Acquired Atelectasis (Bovine, compress…
Acquired Atelectasis (Bovine, fetal)
107 terms
Veterinary Urinary Pathology
Acute Cystitis
Acute Fibrinonecrotic Cystitis
Acute Leptospirosis
Acute Tubular Necrosis (oak toxicity)
Acute Cystitis
Acute Fibrinonecrotic Cystitis
45 terms
Forensic Veterinary Pathology
Define Veterinary Forensic Medicine.
Define Veterinary Forensic Pathology.
What is the purpose of the testimony o…
When performing a necropsy what tests…
A science that deals with the relation and application of med…
The study of disease of or injury to an animal and the applic…
The pathologist is neutral and the expert opinion provided by…
Depending on the gross necropsy findings and the history of t…
Define Veterinary Forensic Medicine.
A science that deals with the relation and application of med…
Define Veterinary Forensic Pathology.
The study of disease of or injury to an animal and the applic…
31 terms
Veterinary Pathology 1
Pathogenesis
Morphologic Diagnosis
Aetiologic Diagnosis
Stain for Fat
The mechanism of disease development.
Based on predominant lesions and refers to the structural cha…
Specifically identifies the aetiology.
Oil Red O
Pathogenesis
The mechanism of disease development.
Morphologic Diagnosis
Based on predominant lesions and refers to the structural cha…
99 terms
Veterinary Pathology Vocab
Abdomin(o)
Acanth(o)
Acar(o)
Acoust(o)
Abdomen
Sharp, thorny
mites
sound
Abdomin(o)
Abdomen
Acanth(o)
Sharp, thorny
114 terms
Veterinary pathology 2011
What role does odorant-binding protein…
Where is the most common necrosis in W…
Infection of calves experimentally wit…
What cells hose african horse sickness…
OBP may inhibit neutrophil recruitment by inflammatory mediat…
Small intestines, spleen, and liver, with american crows havi…
Encephalitis (virus localized to cerebellar white matter) and…
Microvascular endothelia and components of the mononuclear ph…
What role does odorant-binding protein…
OBP may inhibit neutrophil recruitment by inflammatory mediat…
Where is the most common necrosis in W…
Small intestines, spleen, and liver, with american crows havi…
451 terms
veterinary special pathology 2016
What are causes of pleuritis in the dog?
What species develops ethmoid hematomas?
What does pleural effusion look like?
What causes equine pleuritis?
Actinomyces, nocardia, or bacteroides following trauma
Horses
Look it up... won't let me upload pictures but it's identical…
Streptococcus equi
What are causes of pleuritis in the dog?
Actinomyces, nocardia, or bacteroides following trauma
What species develops ethmoid hematomas?
Horses
Veterinary Male Reproductive Pathology
Inflammation of scrotum, spermatid cor…
Scrotal dermatits
Neoplasms
Spermatic cord pathology
Increased temperature of testis-->degeneration of Sertoli cel…
Trauma, frostbite, irritants, pathogens (Bulls: D. congolensi…
Hemangioma/hemangiosarcoma (dogs, bulls, boars), Mast cell tu…
-Varicocele: dilation and tortuosity of veins in pampiniform…
Inflammation of scrotum, spermatid cor…
Increased temperature of testis-->degeneration of Sertoli cel…
Scrotal dermatits
Trauma, frostbite, irritants, pathogens (Bulls: D. congolensi…
131 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology (Week 3)
regenerative anemia, and non-regenerat…
True
Erythrocytes
Rouleaux Formation
There are two classifications of anemia. Name them.
True or False. Anemic pets must breath faster to keep their b…
What is pictured?
Horses red blood cells tend to "stack up", what is this called?
regenerative anemia, and non-regenerat…
There are two classifications of anemia. Name them.
True
True or False. Anemic pets must breath faster to keep their b…
91 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology (Week 6)
Symbiosis
Phoresis
Commensalism
Mutualism
Parasitology is a type of ____________?
What symbiosis relationship means "traveling together" or "to…
What symbiosis relationship is when one benefits and the othe…
What symbiosis relationship means that each member depends up…
Symbiosis
Parasitology is a type of ____________?
Phoresis
What symbiosis relationship means "traveling together" or "to…
218 terms
Veterinary General Pathology study
How do antioxidant mechanisms aid agai…
What are the mechanisms of damage foll…
Consequences of necrosis (4)
Coagulation necrosis
Sequestration = potentially reactive transition metals (Cu, F…
1) Generation of free radicals = fresh blood flow bring O2 ->…
Loss of function = can be fatal or not, depending on area (eg…
Cells (initially) retain original architecture from when they…
How do antioxidant mechanisms aid agai…
Sequestration = potentially reactive transition metals (Cu, F…
What are the mechanisms of damage foll…
1) Generation of free radicals = fresh blood flow bring O2 ->…
42 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology (Week 5)
Dirofilaria immitis
Ivermectin
The microfilaria have been killed by a…
The host's antibody response to the pa…
What organism causes heart worm disease in dogs and cats?
What microfilaricide is used to clear dog blood of mircofilar…
Why would an animal infected with heartworms not have any cir…
ELISA test kits detect
Dirofilaria immitis
What organism causes heart worm disease in dogs and cats?
Ivermectin
What microfilaricide is used to clear dog blood of mircofilar…
117 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology (Week 4)
Basophil
Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) is the a…
The mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH),…
The mean corpuscular hemoglobin concen…
What is pictured?
Mean corpuscular volume (MCV)?
Mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH)?
Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC)?
Basophil
What is pictured?
Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) is the a…
Mean corpuscular volume (MCV)?
26 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology (Week 7)
Adequate pasture acreage Compost manur…
Blood worm... Most dangerous parasite of…
Adult Large Strongyle
Strongyle egg
Name some ways to prevent parasites in grazing livestock?
Strongylus vulgaris?
What is shown?
What is shown?
Adequate pasture acreage Compost manur…
Name some ways to prevent parasites in grazing livestock?
Blood worm... Most dangerous parasite of…
Strongylus vulgaris?
11 terms
Veterinary Liver Pathology
1. Young dog... 2. Rural... 3. Liver and kid…
Copper Storage Hepatopathy, Bedlington…
Increased liver enzymes (ALP, AST) and…
Multifocal to coalescing cream-color m…
Dx: Canine Leptospirosis
Inherited autosomal recessive disease. Deletion of COMMD1 gen…
Dx: Severe, chronic, lymphocytic cholangitis/cholangiohepatit…
Top Ddx: FIP(elevated gamma globulins, macrophages and neutro…
1. Young dog... 2. Rural... 3. Liver and kid…
Dx: Canine Leptospirosis
Copper Storage Hepatopathy, Bedlington…
Inherited autosomal recessive disease. Deletion of COMMD1 gen…
12 terms
Veterinary Pathology Q4
Normal voided urine is clear except in…
In healthy animals, diminished water i…
The presence of protein in the urine m…
Crystal in the urine sediment often in…
Equine
increased
kidney disease
nothing
Normal voided urine is clear except in…
Equine
In healthy animals, diminished water i…
increased
15 terms
Intro to Veterinary Pathology
What is pathology?
Anatomic Pathology
Clinical Pathology
Who does pathology?
-any deviation from healthy or normal... -whole body... -organs a…
-tissue and organs ... -necropsies... -biopsies (we want to stop th…
-addresses disease by studying body fluids... -evaluate fluids…
-veterinarian... -veterinary technicians ... -pathology diagnostic…
What is pathology?
-any deviation from healthy or normal... -whole body... -organs a…
Anatomic Pathology
-tissue and organs ... -necropsies... -biopsies (we want to stop th…
21 terms
Introduction to Veterinary Pathology
What is pathology?
what two things is pathology divided i…
Anatomic pathology
Biopsies
The study of abnormal anatomy
Anatomic pathology... Clinical pathology
-The study of organs and tissues obtained from...... •Biopsies... •…
Live tissues
What is pathology?
The study of abnormal anatomy
what two things is pathology divided i…
Anatomic pathology... Clinical pathology
14 terms
Principles of Veterinary Pathology
What are the general categories of Inj…
What can cause Oxygen Defiency?
What are some physical agents?
What are some Infectious Agents
1.) Oxygen Defiency... 2.) Physical Agents... 3.) Infectious Agents…
- loss of blood supply... - loss of oxygen carrying capacity of…
- trauma... - electric shock... - temp (heat stroke, frost bite)... F…
- Bacteria (exo/endo toxins and immune rxn to bacteria)... Injur…
What are the general categories of Inj…
1.) Oxygen Defiency... 2.) Physical Agents... 3.) Infectious Agents…
What can cause Oxygen Defiency?
- loss of blood supply... - loss of oxygen carrying capacity of…
353 terms
Veterinary Pathology II Final RUSVM
What are the clinical signs of hypothy…
True or False: Cats tend to develop hy…
What is the main cause of canine hypot…
Which dog breeds are more susceptible…
lethargy, weight gain, heat-seeking, low libido, infertility,…
False, cats tend to develop hyperthyroidism and dogs tend to…
Lymphocytic thyroiditis (immune mediated)... Idiopathic thyroid…
Golden retrievers, boberman pinschers, and dachshunds
What are the clinical signs of hypothy…
lethargy, weight gain, heat-seeking, low libido, infertility,…
True or False: Cats tend to develop hy…
False, cats tend to develop hyperthyroidism and dogs tend to…
17 terms
Veterinary 2
weepy
Thoroughly
Lid
Scrap
lloroso
minuciosamente
la tapa
pelea
weepy
lloroso
Thoroughly
minuciosamente
315 terms
Veterinary Pathology II Systems General
What are the three systems of the resp…
Explain the dual blood supply of the l…
What are the other functions of the lu…
True or False: Type I pneumocytes are…
1) Conducting System (nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, larynx…
the lungs receive blood from the pulmonary artery (deoxygenat…
phonation, oflaction, temperature regulation, acid-base balan…
False; Type I are membranous and Type II are glandular
What are the three systems of the resp…
1) Conducting System (nasal cavity, paranasal sinuses, larynx…
Explain the dual blood supply of the l…
the lungs receive blood from the pulmonary artery (deoxygenat…
43 terms
Veterinary Pathology & Parasitology Exam #3
This rickettsial parasite is an inclus…
TWO protozoan parasites that scientist…
Severe cold weather and other stresses…
The extraintestinal cycle of developme…
Anaplasma marginale
Giardia lamblia; Cryptospordium parvum
Eimeria spp.
Cats
This rickettsial parasite is an inclus…
Anaplasma marginale
TWO protozoan parasites that scientist…
Giardia lamblia; Cryptospordium parvum
54 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology-Clinical chemistry
Blood chemistry panel
Whole blood
Plasma
What happens when samples are hemolyzed?
Vital tool in diagnosing diseases.
Contains fluid and cells
fluid component of whole blood; 90% water 10% dissolved const…
Hemolysis can effect assay results
Blood chemistry panel
Vital tool in diagnosing diseases.
Whole blood
Contains fluid and cells
43 terms
Veterinary Pathology & Parasitology Exam #5
Inflammation means: (one word)
Identifying bacteria, viruses and para…
A localized collection of pus in tissu…
Which of the following is a type of ex…
Burn
Etiology
Abscess
Fibrinous
Inflammation means: (one word)
Burn
Identifying bacteria, viruses and para…
Etiology
261 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology Final RUSVM
What are the functions of Magnesium?
What is the main means of control of h…
What are the three ways that magnesium…
How do ruminants get hypomagnesemia?
facilitates Na/K-ATPase activity in cell membranes... bone forma…
renal excretion
GI tract via malabsorption and diarrhea... Kidneys via fluid diu…
dietary deficiency from grass tetany (high potassium of pastu…
What are the functions of Magnesium?
facilitates Na/K-ATPase activity in cell membranes... bone forma…
What is the main means of control of h…
renal excretion
43 terms
Veterinary Pathology & Parasitology Exam #6
Baby animals need colostrum to survive…
A lack of cell regulation in the body…
A carcinogen is...
The cardiovascular system has a specia…
Passive immunity
Immunosuppression
A cancerous agent that causes neoplasms... An inherited agent ca…
Capillaries... Arteries... Veins
Baby animals need colostrum to survive…
Passive immunity
A lack of cell regulation in the body…
Immunosuppression
22 terms
Veterinary Pathology - General Pathology II. (Postmortem changes)
signs of death
algor mortis, cooling
pallor mortis
exsiccation
hullajelenségek
a hulla lehűlése
a hulla sápadtsága
kiszáradás
signs of death
hullajelenségek
algor mortis, cooling
a hulla lehűlése
6 terms
Veterinary Clinical Pathology III (Week 5)
These are keratin loving fungi that ca…
Microsporum canis
Microsporum canis
miconazole nitrate 2%
What are Dermatophytes?
Most veterinary Dermatophytes will be what species?
What is this?
What is a common over the counter ringworm treatment?
These are keratin loving fungi that ca…
What are Dermatophytes?
Microsporum canis
Most veterinary Dermatophytes will be what species?
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