LA2: Bovine Diseases (Musculoskeletal)

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LA2: Bovine Diseases (Musculoskeletal)
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2013-12-03 10:32:43
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  1. What is the agent in blackleg?CC
    Clostridium chaovli
  2. With blackleg bacterial spores are deposited on striated muscle after _ or _ _.
    ingestion or wound contamination
  3. Symptoms of blackleg: LMPWF
    • lameness
    • muscle swelling
    • palpable crepitus
    • worse when muscles are under tension
    • f+
  4. tx for blackleg
    • penicillin
    • prognosis poor
  5. vx for blackleg?
    yes
  6. Malignant edema aka
    gas gangrene
  7. Agent in malignant edema:CS
    Clostridium septicum
  8. What is malignant edema commonly associated with?
    sx
  9. Symptoms of malignant edema:SED
    • soft local lesions around wound
    • edema (you don't say?)
    • death within 48 hrs
  10. tx for malignant edema
    high dose abx
  11. Is there a vx for malignant edema?
    yes
  12. Foot and mouth dz is caused by the smallest virus known. This is...
    apthovirus
  13. How is foot and mouth dz transmitted?
    aerisolized
  14. Although not currently in the US foot and mouth dz is a reportable dz of..
    cloven hoofed animals
  15. Symptoms of foot and mouth dz:UBSS
    • ulcers of gum and tongue
    • blisters of mouth, teat, and b/t toes
    • salivation/foaming
    • shifting lameness
  16. tx for foot and mouth dz:CIEI
    • cull
    • isolate
    • euthanize
    • incinerate
  17. The vx for foot and mouth dz is not used in the US but how long does it last?
    4-6mo

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