Canine Feline - Final 3

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Canine Feline - Final 3
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Canine Localized Demodicosis
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  1. Canine Localized Demodicosis occurs as a result of what 2 causes?
    • 1. Mite - Demodex canis,
    • 2. Immunosuppresion
  2. What is the etiology of the mite in
    Dog:
    Cat:
    • Dog: Demodex canis
    • Cat: Demodex cati; demodex gatoi
  3. Malasseziasis
  4. Canine Scabies
    Family:
    Etiology:
    Nickname:
    Treatment:
    • Family: Psoroptidae/Sarcoptidae
    • Etiology: Sarcoptes scabiei
    • Nickname: Itch mite
    • Treatment: Amitraz (Mitaban)
  5. Feline Scabies Etiology
    Ear Mite Etiology
    • Notoedres cati
    • Otodectes cyanosis
  6. Trombiculiasis
    Nicknames: 
    Etiologies:
    • Nicknames: “Chigger Mite or Harvest Mite”. 
    • Etiologies: Neotrombicula (harvest mite); Eutrombicula (chigger)
  7. Pediculosis
    __________ – sucking lice (most pathogenic)
    __________ – biting lice
    __________ – Anoplura
    __________ – biting lice.
    __________ - cat lice
    Eggs are called ________.
    • Anoplura
    • Trichodectes 
    • Linognathus setosus
    • Trichodectes canis
    • Felicola subrostrata
    • nits
  8. The most common of the myiasis in Texas is the fly __________ (______________).
    Cochliomia hominovorax (the American Screwworm).
  9. ___________ is the flea species most commonly associated with dogs and cats
    Ctenocephalides felis
  10. Canine Distemper
    Etiology:
    Family:
    Related to:
    Symptoms:
    • Etiology: Paramyxovirus
    • Family: Morbillivirus
    • Related to: Measles virus
    • Symptoms: Impetigo (in puppies), hyperkeratosis, enamel hypoplasia
  11. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
    Intermediate host: 
    Etiology: 
    Seen what times of year?
    • Intermediate host: tick
    • Etiology: Rickettsia rickettsii
    • March - October
  12. Canine Ehrlichiosis - A worldwide _______ disease caused by Ehrlichia spp. Rickettsial organisms that infect most white bloods, occasionally red blood cells and thrombocytes. The most common etiology is ______, but others can be at fault.
    • tick – borne
    • Ehrlichia canis
  13. Leishmaniasis
    Intermediate host:
    Etiology:
    • Intermediate host: Sand fly
    • Etiology: Protozoan
  14. Canine Hyperadrenocorticism
    Nickname: 
    Caused by:
    • Nickname: Cushing's Disease
    • Caused by: excessive production of endogenous glucocorticoids - Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)
  15. 3 things that cause bilateral alopecia
    • Hyperadrenocorticism
    • Hypothyroidism
    • Hyperestrogenism
  16. What is the most common endocrine disorder in cats?
    Hyperthyroidism
  17. Canine Hypothyroidism - Common in dogs, with the highest incidence in ___________ dogs. Pruritus is not a common feature, but if present may reflect a secondary infection of _____________.
    • middle-aged to older 
    • demodicosis, Malassezia, seborrheic
  18. List 3 tumors that occur in the testicles
    • Sertoli cell tumors
    • Seminomas
    • Interstitial cell tumors
  19. Feline Preauricular Alopecia
  20. Pinnal Alopecia
  21. Post Clipping Alopecia
  22. Injection Reaction
  23. Epidermolysis Bullosa
  24. Familiar Canine Dermatomyositis
  25. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
  26. Lentigo
    • Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation
    • Skin (melanoderma) and/or hairs (melanotrichia) become hyperpigmented
  27. Dudley Nose
  28. Vitiligo
    • Oily Seborrhea
    • Dry Seborrhea
  29. Vitamin A-Responsive Dermatosis
  30. Ichthyosis
  31. Schnauzer Comedo Syndrome
  32. Canine Ear Margin Dermatosis
  33. Idiopathic Nasodigital Hyperkeratosis
  34. Feline Acne
  35. Acral Lick Dermatitis
  36. Callus
  37. Hygroma
  38. Feline Psychogenic Alopecia
  39. Lipoma
  40. Indolent Ulcer (rodent ulcer, eosinophilic ulcer)
  41. Anal Sac Disease
  42. Perianal Fistulas
  43. Squamous Cell Carcinoma

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