Ch 5 & 6
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Ch 5 & 6
listening to sounds in the body. Lungs, heart, pleura and other abdominal organs.
rumbling noise caused by propulsion of gas through the intestines.
CRT is used to estimate __________ and _________
depigmentation of hair coat with super cooled instruments
Define ileus and list the two primary causes.
Intestinal obstruction due to a nonmechanical cause.
failure of peristalisis
Case in which audible heartbeat is not accompanied by a pulse wave.
TRUE/FALSE: Ruminants are not capable of breathing through the mouth.
T/F: Breathing through the mouth is abnormal in horses
T/F: PLR is a test of vision
What percentage of horses can vomit?
On horses, tattoo's are placed on _________
the upper lip
The most convenient location to do a "skin pinch" test is ___________.
lateral aspect of the neck
What is the cutoff in inches for an equine to be considered a horse?
: 56" or less
: 57 " or more
Rumen contractions are counted best on the _____ side of the animal
T/F: observing undigested fibers of hay or grass in a ruminants feces is
The menace reflex of foals is not fully developed until approximately __________ after birth.
What is the most important piece of information obtained by a colic examination?
Severity of pain
Reflux refers to
stomach contents that are obtained through a NG tube.
When giving liquids through a NG tube, the fluids should be
(this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
Temp in adult horse
Resp in adult horse
HR of adult bovine
HR of adult ovine
HR of adult caprine
Temp of adult swine
Cranial nerve 1
Cranial nerves 2 & 7
vision assessment by menace reflex
Cranial nerves 2 & 3
Cranial nerves 3,4,6 & 8
Cranial nerves 5 & 7
Facial sensation and symmetry
Cranial nerve 8
Cranial nerve 12
Cranial nerve 9 & 10
What are the two locations to obtain a CSF sample on the horse?
What are some parts to the neuro evaluation other than the CSF tap?
What info is valuable to the vet in a colic situation?
Color of MM
List some items needed for an eye examination.
Povidone-iodine soln 50%
What is the medical name for "moon blindness?" What breed commonly develop this disease?
Recurrent anterior uveitis
What are the three reasons for lameness?
Mechanical interference without pain
female > 3 yrs of age
female being used for breeding
intact male > 2yrs of age
young horse from birth to weaning
What is the weaning age for foals?
weaning to first birthday
1yr- 1.5 yrs
intact male < 2yrs
female < 3 yrs
Normal rectal temp of adult horse
Pulse in adult horse
Pulse in foals at birth.
Pulse in foals first two weeks of life.
Respiration rate in adult horses
Offspring of a male donkey and a female horse
Offspring of a male horse and a female donkey
What type of estrous cycle do horses have?
Age of male and female at puberty