Bact Final II, Review

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  1. Moraxella bovis prevention (2):
    • Fly tags
    • Reduce Sun Light
  2. Pink eye is AKA:
    • IBKC, Infectious Bovine Kerato Conjunctivitis
    • (Moraxella bovis)
  3. Availability of Brucella canis Vx?
    None
  4. Availability of Brucella bovis Vx?
    Yes- but banned in US & Canada
  5. Symptoms of Brucella infections (5)?
    • Orchitis
    • Epydidmitis
    • Uterine Infections
    • Abortion
    • Infertility/Malformed sperm
  6. Tx for Brucella canis?
    • Doxy
    • Streptomycin
  7. Dx of Brucella Canis?
    Serology
  8. What does C Jejuni cause in dogs, humans and calves
    Diarrhea
  9. What does C jejuni cause in goats and sheep?
    Abortion
  10. Vx availability for Lawsonia intracellularis
    None
  11. Tx for Lawsonia intracellularis
    • Gentomycin
    • Tylosin
    • (prophylaxis= in feed)
  12. Most pathogenic Lepto is of which serovar?
    L interrogans
  13. L interrogan serovars include (4):
    • interrohaemorrhagiae (acute)
    • canicola (uremic)
    • pomona
    • grippotyphosa
  14. Uremic type of lepto;
    L canicola
  15. Acute type of Lepto:
    L incterohemorrhagiae
  16. L icterohaemorrhagiae can infect (3):
    • Dogs
    • Cattle
    • Pigs
  17. L canicola can infect
    Dogs only
  18. Vx availability for L canicola
    • Yes=
    • POLYVALENT
    • Outter sheath Ag
    • Killed
  19. Tx for L canicola
    Tetracycline
  20. Tx for Lyme's Dz:
    Doxy
  21. Dx for Lyme's Dz
    Serology
  22. Availability of Lyme's Dz Vx
    Yes => False +
  23. Dz's caused by Fusogform necrophorum (3):
    • Calf Diptheria
    • Bovine ruminitis
    • Ovine Foot Rot
  24. Tx for Fusogform necrophorum in bovines:
    • Tetracycline
    • Tylosin
    • Clindomycin
    • (bovine rumenitis)
  25. Vx availability for Fusogform necrophorum in sheep:
    • Yes
    • Pili Ag
    • (Fusogform necrophorum)
  26. Which species are rarely infected with Mycoplasma?
    Horses and Dogs
  27. Mycoplasma that infects bovines (2):
    • M mycoides (CBPP)
    • M dispar (calves)
  28. Mycoplasma that infects sheep/goats (2):
    • M capricolum
    • M agalactiae
  29. Mycoplasma that infects swine:
    M hyopneumoniae
  30. Mycoplasma that infects Poultry:
    M gallisepticum
  31. Mycoplasma that infects cats (2):
    • M felis
    • M haemofelis
  32. Tx for Mycoplasma:
    • Tetracyclines
    • (NO PEN)
  33. Mycoplasma infections can lead to death in which species (2)?
    • Cattle
    • Chickens
  34. Tx for Mycoplasma mycoides, mycoides:
    Slaughter
  35. Francisella tularensis infection routes/vectors (4)
    • Ticks
    • Rabbit meat
    • Venison
    • Rodents
  36. Tylaremia is AKA (2):
    • Rabbit Fever
    • Deerfly Fever
  37. Dx of Bracyspira hydysenteriae (2)
    • Wet Mount of Fecal Smear, Gram Stain
    • Anaerobic cuture on BA
  38. Tx for Brachyspira hyodysenteriae
    Tylosin
  39. Vx availability for Brachyspira hyodysenteriae
    None
  40. Chlamydophila psittaci is AKA
    Avian chlamydiosis
  41. What does Chlamydophila psittac cause in birds (3)?
    • Diarrhea
    • Respiratory
    • Ocular/Nasal Discharge
  42. Dx for Chlamydophila psittaci (3)
    • ELISA
    • FAT
    • PCR
  43. Vx availability for Chlamydophila felis
    Yes, reduce severity
  44. Neorickettsia rickettsii infects what species(2)?
    • Dogs
    • Humans
  45. Tx for Chlamydophila psittac:
    Tetracycline
  46. What pathogens cause abortion (6)
    • Salmonella
    • Histophilus somni
    • Brucellosis
    • +/-C jejuni
    • Neorickettsia
    • Ehrlichia risticii
  47. Zoonotic Dz's (6):
    • Burkholderia mallei (Glanders)
    • Yersinia Pestis (Feline Plague)
    • Bordetella bronchiseptica (immune compromised individuals)
    • Brucella (all except B bovis)
    • Heliobacter pylori
    • Chlamydophila psittaci

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