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MDx: Ulcerative 
gastritis
Pathogenesis: NSAID overdose(prostaglandins),uremiaPossible clinical signs: melanina(digested blood)

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Mysanethia graves,
Vitamin E deficency- results in brown gut/bowel  syndrome- Lipfusion

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MDx: Teeth dental calculus (plaque)

 

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Mdx: Proliferative gastrisis; or Muti-focal ulcearation
Etiology: Gastrophilius  spp.

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Mdx: proliferative enteristis (something - marcrophages are being added)
Jejunum granulomatous enteristic

Mycobacterium

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Esophagus normal herringbone pattern

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MDx:  Ulceration and rupture
Et: Ulcer

Consquences: bacterial perinoitis,  sepsis, colic

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Edx: Ascardial enteritis or parasitic enteritis
Mdx: Catarrhal enteritis

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Mutlifocal to coalescing necrotizing (ulcerative) 
gastristis (gastric ulcers is also ok)

Why? NSAID, stress

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Llama- normal rumen

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MDx: Necro-hemorrageic Mutifocal segmental enteritis
Disease: Canine parvoviral enteritis

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MDx: 
tongue-  ulcerative glossitis
esophagus- ulcerative esophagitis
Etiology- Bovine viral diarrhea(BVD pestivirus)

Can see lesions in oral cavity, peyer’s patches, in the rumen

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MDx: Reticulum lymphosarcoma
Etx- BoLV- Bovine leukemia virus (retrovirus)- CAN GO ANYWHERE!

key- whitish(because they are WBC- homogenous round cell tumors) blunging area- looks like lymphoma on a cross section

Age of the animal- Over 2 years-

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MDx: Mutifocal granulomatous vascultis/peritonistis

Et: FIP (mutated feline coronavirus)

Antigen/antibodies
deposted in the blood vessel wall 
Key- nodules covering the SI

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DDx:
neoplasum

Squamous cell carcinoma

Melanoma- don’t have to be black

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Name of dx: Swine dystenery
Etiology: Brachyspira hyodisenteriae

Colon- spiral swine dysentery

Necrotizing lesion

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Ovine EDx:

Intestinal coccidosis
Necrohemmorhagic condition

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Intestine
Intussusception

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Tongue ulcerative
glostiis uremia

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Rumen contents phytobezoars

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Megaesophagus 
Achalasia- muscle problem lower spincter doesn’t relax
Persistent Right aortic arch

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mega esphagus with persistent right aortic arch
Mdx: megaesophagus and PRA

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Mouth oral paillomatous

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mouth ulcerative stomatitis
BC-musocsal disease
DDx- MCF

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Intestinal acute segmental

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Inguinal hernai incarceration

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Cleft palate- palatoschisis
bronchopneumonia- consequence

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SCC

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Intestinal stenosis or stricture

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Lawsonia 
Proliferative intracelluaritis