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A pyogenes infects (4):
- Rabbits (RARE)
Morphology of A pyogenes:
G+ pleomorphic rods
Agar and colony morphology of A pyogenes:
- Tiny colonies w/ narrow zones
A pyogenes is a(n) ____ pathogen
How does A pyogenes invade?
- Navel infection
Dz's caused by A pyogenes (7):
- Abscesses/pneumonic infections
- Liver Abscess
- Foot Rot
- SQ abscesses, lung lesions (from tail biting in pigs)
Tx for A pyogenes:
- Unless abscess encapsulated, drain
To grow, A bovis requires a ______ atmopshere
Anearobic + CO2
What dose A bovis cause?
Osteomyelitis, or Lumpy jaw, in cattle
Morphology of A bovis:
- G+ branching filaments
- with crushed granules= clubs/rosettes
Tx for A bovis
- Early: Pen
- Late: Sx w/ I dressing and NaI IV
What does A suis cause?
Pyelonephritis in pigs
What are the clinical signs of A suis (4)?
- Arched Back
Morphology of Nocardia:
Most common Type of Nocardia
Nocardia grows on what media?
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