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1

Name 3 mosquito/culicoides transmitted diseases in ruminants

Akabane, blue tongue, lumpy skin disease

2

To what genus of viruses does LSD9 (lumpy skin disease) belong?

capripoxviridae

3

How does LSD cause major financial losses in a dairy herd?

Mastitis

4

Name 2 other viruses that can cause teat lesions in cattle.

Vesicular stomatitis and Foot & mouth disease

5

What type of vectors are associated with the mechanical transmission of LSD?

Stomoxus, culicoides, mosquitos

6

Name the main source of virus in the affected animal for LSD

lumps

7

What is the main pathological change in the skin for LSD?

thrombosis

8

What is the most effective way of controlling the spread of LSD?

Vaccination

9

Name 2 importation restrictions pertaining to live animals for LSD.

Live animal/ animal production

10

What are the 2 main presentations of Schmallenburg virus?

Diarrhea/congenital malformations

11

Name 4 differentials for stillbirths in sheep.

Schmallenburg/Cache valley/Akabane/blue tongue

12

How does Schmallenburg presentation differ from Blue tongue?

Schmallenburh disease may be asymptomatic in adults

13

Name one control measure to prevent the spread of Schmallenburg virus.

Ban any tissue used for breeding

14

Name 2 possible presentations of Akabane virus in pregnant cattle.

Congenital malformations/ encephalitis

15

What does Akabane and Schmallenburg virus have in common?

Same serogroup of Bunyavirus

16

Name 1 differential for Akabane virus in cattle.

BVD

17

Name 3 diseases in which arthrogryposis may be present in aborted fetuses.

Schmallenburg/akabane/blue tongue

18

Name 2 non-viral differentials for angular limb deformity in sheep.

Spider lamb /hyperphosphatemia – rickets

19

Name 2 conditions that can cause a necrotizing myocarditis.

Black leg/ Foot and mouth disease