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1

What does erysipelas cause?
Enlarged spleen
Never enlarged spleen
Necrosis of phallus
No lesions in chickens

Enlarged spleen

2

The chronic respiratory disease complex (CRD) of poultry may be caused by?
Mycoplasma gallisepticum
Mycoplasma meleagridis
Turkey rhinotracheitis virus (TRT)
All of the above

All of the above

3

Which organs are affected in the late state of malleus?
Mucous membranes of nasal cavity, skin
Lungs, heart
GI tract
Spleen, liver, adrenal glands

Mucous membranes of nasal cavity, skin

4

The malleotic nodule is?
Proliferative inflammatory nodule
Abscess with dried content
Pyogranuloma with narrow demarcation zone
Circumscribed lymphangiectasia

Pyogranuloma with narrow demarcation zone

5

Why is it called “swollen head” disease?
Because of the pathogen
Because of the oedema of the head
Because of the sinusitis
Because of the enlargement of the crests

Because of the pathogen

6

What lesions are typically seen in case of viraemia in birds?
Serous peritonitis
Splenomegaly
Airsacculitis
Diarrhoea

Airsacculitis

7

In Newcastle disease the pathological lesion(s) is/are?
Pneumonia and enteritis
Proliferative interstitial pneumonia
Serous-fibrinous-necrotic pneumonia
Serous-fibrinous airsacculitis and rhinitis

Pneumonia and enteritis

8

Which of the following is the most common cause of pneumomycosis in birds?
Mucor sp.
Candida sp.
Aspergillus sp.
All of the above

Aspergillus sp.

9

How does the pneumomycosis most often develop in birds?
Via aerogenous route
Via metastasis
Per os infection
All of the above can occur

Via aerogenous route

10

Which of the following diseases causes granuomatous pneumonia in birds?
Newcastle disease
Mycoplasmosis
Psittacosis
Mycosis

Mycosis

11

What is an often observed complication in birds in case of pneumomycosis?
Airsac mycosis
Metastasis to the brain
Metastasis to the eyeball
All of the above

All of the above

12

What is the typical age group in birds for pneumomycosis?
Up to a few weeks after hatching
Between 6 months and 2 years
Only in old age
Only in young age

Up to a few weeks after hatching

13

Who has a spotted egg?
Chicken
Turkey
Goose
Duck

Turkey

14

Which endocrine organ has a major role in the ossification process?
Thyroid gland
Parathyroid gland
Adrenal gland cortex
Adrenal gland medulla

Parathyroid gland

15

Arthrosis can be defined as?
Inflammatory process in the entire joint
Inflammatory process in the articular cartilage
Regressive changes in the ligament of the joint
Regressive changes in the joint cartilage

Regressive changes in the joint cartilage

16

Besides the muscular pathology, what other changes can be seen in birds with vitamin E and Se deficiency?
Haemorrhages and oedema
Exudative diathesis and encephalomalacia
Hyperkeratosis in the gizzard and hepatic abscesses
Nephrosis and dermatosis

Exudative diathesis and encephalomalacia

17

Which of the following changes are characteristic for rickets?
Uncalcified cartilage and osteoid tissue in the growing zone
Connective tissue in the metaphysis
Deformation of the bone
All of the above

Uncalcified cartilage and osteoid tissue in the growing zone

18

In which case is there a decreased osteoid formation in the traberculae of the bones?
Ca deficiency
Zn deficiency
Niacin deficiency
Protein deficiency

Ca deficiency

19

What is one inner criteria leading to the development of constitutional myopathy?
Anaerobic glycolysis
Fatty degeneration of myocytes
Amyloidosis of myocytes
Cloudy swelling of myocytes

Fatty degeneration of myocytes

20

What are the properties of the of Mannheimia haemolytica and Pasterurella multocida?
Obligate pathogens
Pyogen bacteria
Can cause zoonosis
Facultative pathogen

Facultative pathogen

21

Which is the main form of pneumonias?
The diphteroid
The kongophil
The croupous
None of the above

The croupous

22

Which bacteria can cause proventriculitis?
Pox virus
Adeno virus
Corona virus
All of the above

All of the above

23

What is Oregon-disease?
Necrosis of the deep pectoral muscle in broiler chicken
Necrosis of the m.longissimus dorsi in swine
Stress syndrome of pigs, death due to transportation
Akylosis of the shoulder joint in broiler chicken

Necrosis of the deep pectoral muscle in broiler chicken

24

Staph aureus causes 
Folliculitis 
Cellulitis
Pododermatitis
All the above

All the above

25

What causes caseous colitis 
Rough feed
Salmonella
Intestinal spirocjetosis 
All the above

All the above