Hematology of Exotic Mammals

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Hematology of Exotic Mammals
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  1. What can we do to the needle and syringe when collecting blood from exotics?
    heparinize the needle and syringe in very small animals because we can get more sample
  2. How else can we collect blood other than using needle and syringe for exotics?
    capillary tubes
  3. What places can we collect blood in rabbits?
    • jugular vein
    • marginal ear vein
    • cephalic vein
    • lateral saphenous vein
  4. Which is the best place to collect blood in rabbits?
    marginal ear vein
  5. What places can we collect blood in ferrets?
    • cephalic vein
    • jugular vein
    • cranial vena cava
    • ventral tail artery
    • lateral saphenous vein
  6. Which is the best place to collect blood in ferrets?
    cephalic vein
  7. What places can we collect blood in rodents?
    • retro-orbital sinus
    • lateral saphenous vein
    • jugular vein
    • ear vein
    • tail vein and ventral caudal artery
    • cardiac puncture
  8. What is the best place to collect blood in rodents?
    tail vein
  9. How do we collect blood from the retro-orbital sinus?
    • anesthestize
    • heparinized capillary tube
    • push thru conjunctiva
    • blood will immediately flow once you get through the conjunctiva
  10. What are some examples of marsupials?
    • sugar gliders
    • opossums
  11. What places can we collect blood in marsupials?
    • jugular vein
    • cephalic vein
    • cranial vena cava
    • lateral saphenous vein
    • lateral tail vein
    • ventral coccygeal vein
  12. What is the best place to collect blood from a marsupials?
    lateral tail vein
  13. Do exotic mammals have the same types of blood cells as dogs andn cats?
    yes
  14. How do neutrophils differ?
    granules more red in some species
  15. What are heterophils?
    neutrophils in rabbits and rodents
  16. What is the difference between heterophils and eosinophils?
    • heterophils have rod shaped granules
    • eosinophils have round shaped granules
  17. What do erythrocytes look like in camelids?
    oval
  18. What are some examples of camelids?
    • llama
    • vicuna
    • alpaca
    • camel
  19. What do erythrocytes look like in cervids?
    they sickle in the air
  20. What are some examples of cervids?
    • deer
    • elk
    • moose

  21. What kind of WBC is this?  What animal?
    • neutrophil
    • black bear

  22. What kind of WBC is this?  What animal?
    • eosinophil
    • bobcat

  23. What WBCs are these?  What animal?
    • lymphocyte and thrombocyte
    • bobcat

  24. What kind of cell is this?  What animal?
    • neutrophil
    • bobcat

  25. What kind of cell is this?  What animal?
    • monocyte
    • bobcat

  26. What kind of blood parasite is on these RBCs?
    Cytauxzoan felis

  27. What WBC is this?  What animal?
    • lymphocyte
    • deer

  28. What kind of WBC is this?  What animal?
    • neutrophil
    • deer

  29. What is this?
    Dirofilaria immitis

  30. What WBC is this?  What animal?  What is wrong with the RBCs?
    • lymphocyte
    • grey fox
    • rouleaux

  31. What is this?  What animal?
    • metarubricyte
    • grey fox

  32. What kind of WBCs are these?  What animal?
    What are these WBCs?  What animal?
    • neutrophil on the left and monocyte on the right
    • grey fox

  33. What WBC is this?  What animal?
    • lymphocyte
    • hedgehog

  34. What WBCs are these?  What animal?
    • monocyte and neutrophil
    • hedgehog

  35. What WBCs are these from top to bottom?  What animal?
    • neutrophils (2), thrombocyte, eosinophil
    • hedgehog

  36. What WBC is this?  What animal?
    • eosinophil
    • llama

  37. What is this?  What animal?
    • metarubricyte
    • opossum

  38. What WBCs are these?  What animal?
    • lymphocyte on the left and neutrophil on the right
    • opossum

  39. What blood parasite are on these RBCs?
    Plasmodium cynomolgi

  40. What are these WBCs?  What animal?
    • eosinophil on the left and neutrophil on the right
    • rabbit

  41. What WBC is this?  What animal?
    • heterophil
    • rabbit

  42. What WBC is this?  What animal?
    • lymphocyte
    • rabbit

  43. What WBC is this?  What animal?
    • monocyte
    • rabbit

  44. What WBC is this?  What animal?
    • heterophil
    • rat

  45. What WBCs are these?  What animal?
    • lymphocyte
    • rat

  46. What is going on with these RBCs?  What animal does this happen in?
    • sickling of RBCs
    • cervids

  47. What blood parasite is this?
    Trypanosoma

  48. What WBCs are these?  What animal?
    • eosinophil on the top
    • monocyte on the bottom
    • white tailed deer

  49. What are these?  What animal?
    • erythrocytes
    • white tailed deer

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