Flashcards in Pathology III - Midterm Past Questions Deck (118)
Which of the following is true for Perosis?
The tendon of the gastrocnemius slips off
None of the above (defective bone mineralization)
Which of the following statements is true for Osteoporosis?
There is a severe rarefaction in the spongy structure of the bone
What does amyelia mean?
Congenital lack of spinal cord
Which of the following is classified by osteoclast hyperfunction?
Perosis develops due to?
What is the cause of the ossification disorder observed in newborn piglets?
In which of the following does optic nerve compression frequently occur?
Vit. A deficiency
There is no deformation in the tubular bones
Which of the following conditions is characteristic for the bones of the unused limb?
Which is true for osteodystrophia fibrosa?
IN animals it is usually a secondary pathological process
What does poliomyelitis mean?
Inflammation of GM of spinal cord
Which of the following is a congenital bone development disorder?
Osteodystrophia fibrosa frequently occurs in?
Facial bones/Ribs/Vertebrea/Long tubular bones
Which of the following changes can be observed in case of myositis chronica eosinophilica?
Eosinophil granulocyte inflammation of the masticatory muscles
Which of the following leads to osteopetrosis in birds?
Which histopathological change is characteristic for infectious spongiform encephalopathy?
Formation of amyloid plaques due to neuronal degeneration
What age can hydrocephaly develop>
What does panostetitis stand for?
Simultaneous inflammation of the bone and periosteum
In which of the following is there a decreased osteoid formation?
Which endocrine organ has a major role in the ossification process?
Which of the following changes its characteristic for Rickets?
All of them (uncalcificated cartilage and osteoid tissue in growing zone/CT in the metaphysis/deformation of the bones
Which of the following is correct in case of Koves disease?
It is caused by Cl. Septicum and affects the swine
Arthrosis can be defined as?
Regressive changes in the joint cartilage
What happens in EDS?
Serofibrinous inflammation of the trachea and macrobronchi (suffocation)
Cause of death in uricosis?
Acidosis and HF due to hyperkalaemia
What species can get chicken infectious anaemia?
Infectious laryngotracheitis die?
Not because of viraemia
Infectious laryngotracheitis first starts in?
Conjunctive and airways