LA2: Bovine Diseases (Repro Part 1)

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LA2: Bovine Diseases (Repro Part 1)
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2013-12-03 10:51:59
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  1. What is mastitis?
    invasion of the streak canal by bacterial pathogens
  2. What can cause mastitis?
    improper prep during milking
  3. What 3 bacteria usually cause mastitis? SA,SA,EC
    • Staph aureus
    • Strep agalactiae
    • E coli
  4. Mastitis is subclinical in how many cases?
    90%
  5. Symptoms for mastitis:SHHT
    • swollen hard hot teats
    • thick milk
  6. How is mastitis prevented?
    hygiene
  7. How is mastitis dx?
    CMT shows somatic cells with pH indicator
  8. tx of mastitis:AIF
    • abx
    • intramaminfusions
    • frequent stripping of infected quarter
  9. Brucellosis aka
    contagious abortion
  10. What is the agent in brucellosis?BA
    Brucella abortus
  11. The zoonotic for of brucellosis is called _ _ aka _ _.
    undulant fever aka bangs dz
  12. Transmission of brucellosis:VASMM
    • vaginal discharge
    • aborted fetus
    • semen
    • milk
    • meat
  13. Symptoms of brucellosis:RLC
    • repro
    • late term abortions
    • can also infect joints
  14. Does brucellosis have a tx? How do you dx?
    • no
    • milking test with blue ring of antibodies
  15. Are there carriers with brucellosis?
    yes, but some may shed it and be done so quarantine
  16. When is the brucellosis vx given?
    4-6mo of age place orange tag on right ear
  17. What is the brucellosis vx called?
    RB51
  18. Vibriosis is caused by
    campylobacter
  19. Transmission of vibriosis:RMS
    • raw meat
    • milk
    • seafood
  20. Symptoms of vibriosis:RIC
    • repro
    • infertility #1 cause
    • carriers exist
  21. tx for vibriosis
    self limiting
  22. Is there a vx for vibriosis?
    yes
  23. What does vibriosis cause in humans?
    GI problems

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