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  1. shipping fever
    • Mannheimia haemolytica (secondary bacterial)
    • parainfluenza
    • Bovine respiratory syncytial
    • bovine viral diarrhea
    • bovine herpes virus
  2. Progressive Atrophic Rhinitis
    • pasteurella multocida due to pasteurella multocida toxin damaging turbinates
    • alone or in conjunction with bordetella bronchiseptica
    • young pigs
  3. snuffles
    pasteurella multocida, rabbits
  4. fowl cholera
    pasteurella multocida
  5. swine pleuropneumonia
    actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (leukotoxin like M. Haemolytica)
  6. Infectious coryza
    avibacterium paragallinarum
  7. non-progressive atrophic rhinitis
    bordetella bronchiseptica, swine
  8. turkey coryza
    bordetella avium
  9. kennel cough
    • bordetella bronchiseptica
    • canine adenovirus 2
    • parainfluenza virus
    • canine respiratory coronavirus
  10. psittacosis
    chlamydia psittaci
  11. parrot fever
    chlamydia psittici
  12. Strangles
    • Streptococcus Equi Equi
    • bastard strangles if spreads to other lymph nodes
    • NOT commensal
  13. Tuberculosis
    • mycobacterium avium ssp avium: chickens
    • mycobacterium bovis: ruminants, pigs, cats.  Reportable and zoonotic
    • mycobacterium tuberculosis: primates and dogs, elephants
    • (NOT paratuberculosis, that's Johne's)
  14. contagious bovine pleuropneumonia
    • mycoplasma mycoides ssp mycoides (small colony type)
    • reportable, bioterrorism
    • bovine
  15. contagious caprine pleuropneumonia
    • mycoplasma capricolum sp capripneumoniae (reportable, bioterrorism)
    • goats
  16. Brooder pneumonia
    aspergillus fumigatus
  17. gutteral pouch mycosis
    aspergillus fumigatus in horses
  18. Thrombotic meningoencephalitis
    histophilus somni
  19. circling disease
    • Listeria monocytogenes - unilateral encephalitis
    • sheep, sometimes cattle
    • zoonotic
  20. tetanus
    clostridium tetani - spastic paralysis with terminal spores (neurotoxin)
  21. botulism
    clostridium botulinum (intoxication, flaccid paralysis)
  22. shaker foal syndrome
    infection of clostridium botulinum type B --MUST be infected with bacteria, not just intoxicated
  23. would botulism
    clostridium botulinum, innoculated into wound (infection), rare
  24. calf diptheria
    fusobacterium necrophorum in calves
  25. bullnose
    fusobacterium necrophorum, necrotic rhinitis in pigs
  26. wooden tongue
    • actinobacillus lignieresii
    • cattle, rarely sheep, dogs, horses
  27. lumpy jaw
    actinomyces bovis, actinomyces israelii
  28. thrush
    avian candidiasis, candida albicans
  29. Edema Disease
    shiga toxin-producing e coli of porcine
  30. garden hose gut
    lawsonia intracellularis
  31. porcine proliferative enteritis, ileitis
    lawsonia intracelluaris in pigs
  32. swine dysentery
    brachyspira hyodystenteriae
  33. Black disease
    clostridium novyi, type B.  Infectious necrotic hepatitis.  usually sheep, some cattle
  34. redwater
    clostridium novyi, mostly cattle, some sheep.  Bacillary hemoglobinuria
  35. Tyzzer's Disease
    • Clostridium piliforme (gram variable obligate intracellular bacillus)
    • lagomorphs, foals, cat, dog.  Hepatic necrosis
  36. Johne's Disease
    • mycobacterium avium ssp paratuberculosis
    • granulomatous disease of intestines of ruminants
  37. feline viral rhinotracheitis
    feline herpesvirus type 1 (alpha)
  38. feline respiratory disease complex
    • feline alphaherpesvirus I/feline viral rhinotracheitis
    • feline calicivirus
    • chlamydia felis
    • mycoplasma felis
  39. pseudorabies
    • suid herpesvirus 1 (alpha)
    • pigs, sometimes (with worse symptoms) in cattle, sheep, goats, cats, dogs, wildlife
    • reportable
  40. infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT)
    gallid herpesvirus type 1 (alpha)
  41. Marek's Disease
    • gallid herpesvirus type II
    • lymphotrophic (even though alpha, like a gamma) with skin leukosis (enlarged feather follicles) and irregular pupil margin and tumors
    • Turkey herpes is used as a vax
  42. canine distemper virus
    • paramyxovirus (morbillivirus)
    • dogs, wild carnivores (foxes, raccoons)
    • hardpad!
  43. rinderpest
    paramyxovirus (morbillivirus) of cattle, eradicated (still in wildlife and african sheep)
  44. Peste de Petit Ruminants
    • ovine rinderpest
    • paramyxovirus (morbillivirus)
  45. Newcastle Disease
    avian pneumovirus 1, paramyxovirus of chickens (some strains reportable)
  46. canine tracheobronchitis
    canine parainfluenza virus 5, paramyxovirus
  47. fowl plague
    avian influenza, orthomyxovirus
  48. Rift Valley Fever
    bunyaviridae in sheep, cattle
  49. Akbane disease, Cache Valley Fever
    • bunyaviridae, biting insect-borne.  
    • Ruminants
    • arthogryposis, abortion
  50. Nairobi Sheep Disease
    • bunyavirus
    • sheep and goats
    • brown ear tick
  51. crimean-congo hemorrhagic fever
    • bunyavirus
    • zoonotic
    • ticks, birds, sheep, goats, cattle
  52. California Encephalitis
    • La Cross Virus, bunyaviridae
    • mosquitos, squirrels and chipmunks, children
  53. St. Louis Encephalitis
    • mosquito-perching bird-mosquito. Zoonotic
    • flavivirus
  54. wesselsbron disease
    • sheep, cattle, horses, swine, zoonotic
    • flavivirus
  55. tick borne encephalitis
    flavivirus, to small mammals (ticks)
  56. Louping Ill
    • infectious encephalomyelitis of sheep, tick-borne.  CNS signs.  Zoonotic.
    • Flavivirus
  57. Bovine Viral Diarrhea
    flavivirus of cattle
  58. border disease
    • "hairy shaker disease"
    • Flavivirus
  59. hog cholera
    flavivirus of swine (in utero to older)
  60. Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus
    Togavirus (alphavirus)
  61. western equine encephalitis virus
    togavirus (alphavirus)
  62. venezuelan equine encephalitis virus
    togavirus (alphavirus)
  63. Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis
    • Bovine Herpes I, with abortion
    • alphaherpesvirus
  64. infectious pustular vulvovaginitis (IPV)
    • bovine herpes I
    • alphaherpesvirus
  65. infectious balanoposthitis (IBP)
    • bovine herpes I
    • alphaherpesvirus
  66. bovine mammilitis
    bovine herpes 2, alphaherpesvirus
  67. pseudo-lumpy skin disease (PLSD)
    bovine herpes 2, alphaherpesvirus in Africa
  68. malignant catarrhal fever (MCF)
    • alcelaphine herpesvirus type I (AIHV-1) (wildebeast)
    • ovine herpesvirus type 2 (OHV-2) (sheep)
    • gammaherpesvirus
    • no disease in natural host, transmits around calving/lambing time
  69. equine abortion virus
    • Equine herpesvirus type 1, alpha
    • also equine herpes myeloencephalitis
  70. equine rhinopneumonitis virus
    equine herpesvirus type 4, alphaherpes
  71. equine coital exanthema
    equine herpesvirus type 3, alphaherpes
  72. herpetic keratoconjunctivitis
    • equine herpesvirus 2, gammaherpesvirus
    • pathogenic?
  73. equine multinodular pulmonary fibrosis (EMPF)
    Equine herpesvirus type 5, gammaherpesvirus
  74. egg drop syndrome
    aviadenovirus of chickens
  75. hemorrhagic enteritis
    • turkey aviadenovirus
    • turkey adenovirus 2
  76. infectious canine hepatitis
    canine adenovirus 1 (mastadenovirus)
  77. sarcoids
    equine presentation of bovine papillomavirus 1 or 2
  78. budgeriar fledgling disease
    polyomavirus
  79. rabies
    • rhabdovirus (urban and sylvatic) of mammals
    • zoonotic, reportable
  80. vesicular stomatitis virus
    • rhabdovirus of cattle, horses, pigs.  Rarely sheep and goats.  (jersey and indiana subtypes)
    • Zoonotic, reportable
  81. bluetongue disease
    Reovirus, subclass orbivirus (biting midges).  Ruminants, esp sheep.
  82. African horse sickness virus
    Reovirus, subclass orbivirus (biting midges). Zebras naturally, horses.
  83. Infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV)
    • gumboro disease.  Birnaviridae (avibirnavirus)
    • chickens.
  84. infectious bronchitis virus
    gammacoronavirus of chickens, esp young.
  85. transmissible gastroenteritis of swine (TGEV)
    alphacoronavirus of swine
  86. Porcine epidemic diarrea virus
    alphacoronavirus of swine
  87. porcine hemagglutinating encephalomyelitis virus (PHEV)
    betacoronavirus of swine
  88. winter dysentery
    bovine coronavirus (betacoronavirus)
  89. Feline infectious peritoneal virus (FIP)
    alphacoronavirus, mutation of feline coronavirus
  90. African Swine Fever
    asfivirus of swine (sylvatic and domestic cycles, tick STD)

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Midterm disease to organism
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