Virology Part 2 Diseases

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Virology Part 2 Diseases
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  1. What are 2 possible limitations on where a virus may locate?
    • temperature
    • surface proteins of cells
  2. Name the infection:
    Clinical dz
    Acute or chronic
    apparent
  3. Name the infection:
    No c.s.
    Carriers or Persistently infected
    silent/subclinical
  4. What can viruses predispose animals to?
    secondary disease
  5. Name the Feline Virus:
    highly contagious
    causes rhinotracheitis
    abortion in guinea pigs
    fatalities in neonates
    Feline Herpesvirus 1
  6. What are some additional c.s. of Feline Herpesvirus 1? SCRCA
    • s+
    • conjunctivitis
    • rhinitis
    • corneal ulceration
    • anorexia
  7. What can be given to help relieve symptoms of Feline Herpesvirus 1?
    lysine
  8. Name the Feline Virus:
    causes cogential abnormalities
    cerebellar or hypoplasia
    Feline Parvovirus
  9. What is an outstanding trait of Feline Parvovirus under the microscope?
    it is naked
  10. Name the Feline Virus:
    retrovirus
    immune deficiency
    FeLV
  11. Name the Feline Virus:
    lentivirus
    AIDS
    FIV
  12. Name the Feline Virus:
    distemper
    d+ v+
    dehydration
    DNA virus
    Feline Panleukopenia
  13. What is the virus name for Rabies?
    Rhabdovirus
  14. What virus is enveloped?
    rhabdovirus
  15. Name the canine virus:
    fading puppy syndrome
    enveloped
    canine herpes virus
  16. Name the canine virus:
    oral warts (white to grey)
    1-2 mo incubation
    highly contagious
    papilloma virus
  17. Name the canine virus:
    paramyxovirus
    hard pad disease
    respiratory symptoms
    preventable with vx
    canine distember cirus
  18. Name the canine virus:
    causes hepatitis
    dec WBC
    v+
    bloody d+
    cofused with parvovirus
    enveloped
    isohedral
    canine adenovirus
  19. Name the canine virus:
    severe dehydration
    v+
    bloody d+
    difficult to kill in environment
    naked
    canine parvovirus
  20. Name the canine virus:
    v+/d+
    round
    canine cornavirus
  21. Name the canine virus:
    enveloped
    gastroenteritis in puppies
    canine rotavirus
  22. When is the best time to culture?
    As soOn as symptoms show since the best time to view a virus is 1-2 days before the onset of symptoms. If a client waits too long you may not be able to find the virus.
  23. Are necropsy samples still handled aseptically?
    yes
  24. If a heard is tested for antibodies how many animals should be sampled?
    at least 6
  25. After an initial titer, when should the recheck be?
    2-4wks later
  26. How thick should necropsy samples be?
    3-5mm thick
  27. Why must PPE be worn during necropsy?
    10% formalin is carcinogenic
  28. Should you ever freeze a sample?
    noooooooo
  29. How long can a virus sample survive without refridgeration?
    3wks
  30. What should be used in conjunction with Sterile Hank's balanced salt solution for transport?
    10% bovine serum albumin
  31. Name 2 other transport medias
    • sterile skim milk
    • sterile charcoal
  32. How are viruses ID'd? CH,EM,IR,H,LT
    • clinical hx
    • electron microscopy
    • immune response
    • histopathology
    • lab tests
  33. Name the lab test in which colored dye is used to bind to antigens and can be used on tissue samples or blood smears. Results in 1 hour.
    Fluorescent Antibody Test
  34. Name the lab test in which the anibody is absorbed in a well.
    ELISA
  35. Name 3 things ELISA tests for: FPH
    • FeLV
    • parvo
    • heartworm
  36. Name the lab test that uses microscopic latex beads and clumps when positive.
    Latex Agglutination Test
  37. Name 3 things the Latex Agglutination Test can test for:PRB
    • parvo
    • rotavirus
    • brucellosis

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