What tick is this?
what kind of disease can this tick transmit
what is heartwater disease?
- Noncontagious infectious virulent disease affecting domestic and wild ruminants (cattle sheep and goat)
heartwater disease is caused by what kind of bacteria?
- Erlichia ruminatinum is a gram negative intracellular cocci that affects monocytes, macrophages, neutrophils and endothelial cells particulately kidney and brain
What clinical signs can be seen with Heartwater?
Neuro signs hypermetria and ataxia, fever lung and brain edema , hydrothorax and hydroperitoneum.
What breed is most susceptible to heartwater disease?
Is Heartwater disease zoonotic?
Yes, people and dogs are asymptomatic carriers
condition and cause
extension of hock
flexion of digit
Causes: hypocalcemia (milk fever)
bulls - fighting
what type of stone? and origin
solid stone - browsig grass pasture
type o fstone
acetic acid test
while doing tube cystotomy you see this
what should you anticipate as a complication
incontinence due to bladder atony
Which one of the following conditions does not cause ulcerative lesions on the teats, feet or mouth
a. Vesicular stomatitis VS
b. Malignant catarrhal fever MCF.
c. Pestes des petits ruminants
d. Classical swine fever
e. Epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD)
d. Classical swine fever
Which one of the following is not classified as a pestivirus
a. Border disease of sheep
b. Erysipelas. This is a bacteria
c. Bovine virus diarrhea
d. Hog cholera
3. Which of the following statements is false
a. Foot and mouth disease is a picorna virus belonging to the Aphthovirus genus.
b. The Cape buffalo is the main carrier of the A, O, C subtypes. Main carriers of SAT types c. Since the Cape buffalo remain a carrier for 5 years eradication of the disease in Africa is all but impossible
d. Since there is no cross protection between virus subtypes an effective vaccination program is difficult
e. Pigs are very susceptible to Foot and Mouth disease virus
b. The Cape buffalo is the main carrier of the A, O, C subtypes. Main carriers of SAT types
4. Which of the following statements regarding Foot and Mouth disease is False
b. Excess salivation (lips smacking) is a known clinical sign
c. Myocardial necrosis and secondary pneumonia are known complications
d. Polyserositis is another complication leading to lameness
a. The virus is found in the stratum spinosum of skin and is activated by friction
. Polyserositis is another complication leading to lameness