VET1055Midterm

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  1. Ascites
    abnormal fluid in the abdomen
  2. Emetic
    substance to induce vomiting
  3. Jaundice
    yellow discoloration of the skin
  4. Palpation
    to feel
  5. febrile
    fever
  6. Idiopathic
    unknown cause
  7. Venipuncture
    obtain blood from vein
  8. Tendon
    muscle to bone
  9. Ligament
    bone to bone
  10. Fracture
    broken bone
  11. Open Fracture
    broken bone through skin
  12. Peritoneum
    lining of abdominal cavity
  13. Function of the LARGE INTESTANT
    • Absorb Water
    • Absorb Electrolytes
    • Produce Vitamins B and K
  14. Function of the Small Intestine
    digest and absorb food
  15. Anorexia
    not eating
  16. Enteritis
    Inflammation of the small intestant
  17. Gastroenteritis
    inflammation of the stomach and small intestine
  18. Trichobezoar
    hairball
  19. Homeostasis
    equillibrium
  20. Cystocentesis
    surgical puncture of the urinary bladder
  21. Azotemia
    presence of urea or other nitrogenous elements in the blood

    seen in renal failure

    may see ulcers in mouth
  22. Petechia
    small pinpoint bruises
  23. Ecchymosis
    large bruise
  24. Atelectasis
    collapsed lung
  25. Orthopnea
    stance animals will assume to try to breathe
  26. Nosocomial Infection
    problem as a result of treatment
  27. Ataxia
    • without coordination
    • "stumbling"
  28. Erythropoietin
    hormone produced by the kidney that stimulates RBC production in the bone marrow
  29. Nephritis
    inflammation of the kidneys
  30. The sternum is divided into 3 parts. What are they?
    • 1. Manubrium (cranial)
    • 2. Body (middle)
    • 3. Xiphoid (caudal)
  31. Where is the pulse taken?
    femoral pulse, inside femur
  32. Review all Lymph node locations
    • 1. Submandibular
    • 2. Prescapular
    • 3. Axillary
    • 4. Popliteal
    • 5. Inguinal
  33. Stomatitis
    inflammation of the mouth
  34. Cyanosis
    • inadequate oxygen levels
    • blue discoloration
  35. Ventral
    towards abdomen
  36. Dorsal
    towards vertebrae
  37. Caudal
    towards tail
  38. Cranial
    towards head
  39. Medial
    towards median line
  40. Distal
    away from body (appendage)
  41. Proximal
    towards body (appendage)
  42. Intussusceptions
    telescoping one part of the intestine into an adjacent part
  43. Tenesmus
    straining painful defication
  44. Hepatoma
    tumor of the liver
  45. Incontinence
    inability to control
  46. Buccal
    cheek
  47. Ulcer
    erosion of tissue
  48. Antiemetic
    prevent vomiting
  49. Zoonosis
    disease that can be passed between animals and humans
  50. Emaciation
    wasting away
  51. Phleb/o
    veins (also vein/o)
  52. CP deficits (knuckling)
    slow or absent to recover from knuckling
  53. Entropion
    eyelids roll inward
  54. Oliguria
    decreased production of urine
  55. Cystitis
    bladder infection
  56. Urinalysis
    exam of urine components
  57. Pollakiuria
    increased frequency of urination
  58. Lethargy
    • listless
    • low energy
  59. Hypothermic
    low body temp
  60. Polyuria/ Polydipsia
    "PU/PD"
    Increased uring and increased drinking

    really is increase in urine production and increased drinking
  61. TPR on a Dog
    • 99.5-102.5
    • 60-180
    • 10-30
    • pink
    • <2
  62. TPR on a Cat
    • 100.5-102.5
    • 140-220
    • 24-42
    • pink
    • <2
  63. -ectomy
    surgical removal
  64. -rrhea
    flow/discharge
  65. -itis
    inflammation
  66. -algia
    -dynia
    pain
  67. Enter/o
    small intestine
  68. Cardi/o
    heart
  69. Or/o
    Stomat/o
    mouth
  70. Hem/o
    blood
  71. Gastr/o
    stomach
  72. Ren/o
    kidney
  73. Oste/o
    bone
  74. Splen/o
    spleen
  75. Hepat/o
    liver
  76. Dent/o
    teeth
  77. Labi/o
    lips
  78. Gloss/o
    tounge
  79. Needle sizes/colors
    • 25 red
    • 22 blue
    • 20 pink
    • 18 green
    • 16 grey
  80. BLUE MM Color
    cyanosis

    cause: hypoxia (lack of oxygen)
  81. YELLOW MM Color
    Jaundice/Ictric

    Cause: increased billiruben, liver problems
  82. RED MM Color
    hyperemia

    cause: septicema
  83. White MM Color
    white

    cause: anemia
  84. Isothenuria
    USG 1.008-1.012

    looks like water
  85. Normal Urine Production
    1-2 ml/kg/hr

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