Canine Feline - Final 3

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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
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    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
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    Feline Preauricular Alopecia
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    Pinnal Alopecia
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    Post Clipping Alopecia
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    Injection Reaction
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    Epidermolysis Bullosa
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    Familiar Canine Dermatomyositis
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    Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
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    Lentigo
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    • Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation
    • Skin (melanoderma) and/or hairs (melanotrichia) become hyperpigmented
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    Dudley Nose
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    Vitiligo
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    • Oily Seborrhea
    • Dry Seborrhea
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    Vitamin A-Responsive Dermatosis
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    Ichthyosis
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    Schnauzer Comedo Syndrome
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    Canine Ear Margin Dermatosis
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    Idiopathic Nasodigital Hyperkeratosis
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    Feline Acne
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    Acral Lick Dermatitis
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    Callus
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    Hygroma
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    Feline Psychogenic Alopecia
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    Lipoma
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    Indolent Ulcer (rodent ulcer, eosinophilic ulcer)
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    Anal Sac Disease
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    Perianal Fistulas
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    Squamous Cell Carcinoma
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Marytaylor
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Card Set:
Canine Feline - Final 3
Updated:
2013-12-05 18:32:21
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Description:
Canine Localized Demodicosis
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