Integumentary

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Integumentary
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2011-11-09 01:49:02
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  1. The part of the skin that is avascular is the
    Epidermis
  2. The whiskers are examples of tactile hairs, also called
    Vibrissia
  3. The long guard hairs are called
    Primary hairs
  4. The part of the skin that is predominately connective tisue containing blood vessels, nerve endings, hair follicles and glands is called the
    Dermis
  5. Animals have many of these cells located throughout the skin. By releasing histamine, seratonin and herparin they start inflammatory and allergic reactions.
    Mast cells
  6. What is another name for a "hot spot?"
    Acute moist dermatitis
  7. In which breed(s) would you be likely to see skin fold pyodermas?
    Pugs
  8. Which of the following is NOT a common treatment for an abscess in a cat?
    Steriods
  9. Cushing's Disease which causes an increased secretion of steriods is also called
    Hyperadrenocorticism
  10. Which of the following diseases is considered zoonotic?
    Scabies
  11. Which hoof structure normally has the firmest consistency?
    Wall
  12. What is the name of the muscle that makes the hair strand erect?
    Arrector pili
  13. What structure produces a hair?
    Bulb
  14. What is the term for circumscribed thickening of the epidermal keratin layer that is associated with chronic friction or pressure?
    Callus
  15. What is the term for an epithelium lined cavity containing fluid or solid material?
    Cyst
  16. A fatty tumor in the subcutaneous tissue is called a(n)
    Lipoma
  17. An animal with Hypothyroidism would most likely exhibit which of the following signs?
    Dry, brittle hair and alopecia
  18. Which of the following is most important when performing a skin scraping?
    Mineral oil
  19. Anal sac problems are more common in
    Small breed dogs
  20. Which of the following is NOT a commonly seen side-effect of Prednisone?
    Pruritus
  21. What is the minimum amount of time required for an animal to be on an eliminatino diet in order to rule out food allergies?
    8 weeks
  22. What is the name of the procedure done to help diagnose skin tumors?
    Fine Needle Aspirate
  23. What is the name of the procedure done to help diagnose Hyperadrenocorticism?
    ACTH Stimulation
  24. What is the name of the procedure done to help diagnose Hypothyroidism?
    T3 , T4 Level
  25. A horse has a necrotic condition of the frog that has a foul odor. The frog is sensitive and the horse is lame. These clinical findings are most consistent with
    Thrush
  26. Which of the following is the most common cause of acute lameness in horses?
    Subsolar Abscess
  27. Which species most commonly develops infectious pododermatitis (foot rot)?
    Sheep
  28. What is the color & consistency of normal anal sac secretions?
    Brownish, oily liquid
  29. What is the description of an allergy caused by an inhaled antigen?
    Atopy

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