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what substance is most commonly used to fill a wound prior to cliping?
water soluble jelly
what part of integument is primarily comprised of connective tissue containing blood vessels nerve endings hair follicles and glands?
which glands secrete an oilly substance?
cells that release histamines threw the body?
when does rotation of the coffin bone occur?
what test is performed to chech for an inhalent allergy?
interdermal skin test
what is not a common treatment for a abscess in a cat?
what disease is considered zoonotic?
another name for cushings disease?
if an animal has fleas will it have flea dermititis?
muscle that makes the hair stand erect?
term for thickening of the epidermal layer?
small less then 1 cm puretic solid elevation of the skin usually pink or red in color?
a fatty tumor in the sq tissue called?
what do you need to perform a fine needle asprite?
why do you need to check a fungal culture useing a dtm plate everyday?
color change and growth
common side effect of presezone?
name of the procedure done to help diagnose hyperadrenocorticism?
equine disease that presents with lameness of the frog?
amediate suture of a clean wound results in?
what stage of wound healing does attraction of the scar occur?
when does wound dehisence often occur?
4-6 days after
how is a surgical incision classified?
most important aspect of wound lavage?
what aspect of burned wounds most life threatening?
nemorthorax is a potential complication of a gun shot wound.
a drainage track coming from a dogs toes its a?
term for natural or surgical removal of dead tissue?
what degree of a burn is a full thickness of the skin?
3rd or 4th
what inflammatorry cells migrate into the wound in the second stage of wound healing?
what term best describes the stages of a abnormally elongated mandible?
a list of microminerals?
copper iron and zinc
what substance produces the highest amount of energy per gram?
ideal body condition score?
energy producing nutrients include all of the following except?
the most important igestive nutrient is what?
the amount of energy required to maintain an animal with no activity under thermal nutrual conditions?
basal metabolic rate
all the following are causes of obesity in companion animals except?
diet high in insoluble carbs
fat soluble vitamins?
what percent of dehydration would a dog die?
what nutrient aids in the management of diarrhea and constipation?
charicteristics of canine garyatric diet include what/
restric to protien phos and increased fiber
what is not normally listed in a garanteed analysis?
a defiecientcy of whhat mineral causes anemia?
what vitamins are required by guini pigs and primates?
proper calcium and phos ratio?
how long can an animal servive without water/
what organization sets the recomendation level of nutrients in dog food?
nrc national research council
the cell that produces pigmentation of the skin?
anahistamine used for allrgies in pets?
anitomical sshort hand charting system. left upper 4th premolar?
modified charting system.
lower right canine tooth?