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Flashcards in Pigmentations & Tissue Deposits & Developmental Case Studies Deck (8):
1

This pigment is most likely:

A. Melanin from melanosis
B. Melanin from melanoma
C. Hemosiderin
D. Lipofuscin
E. Exogenous

E. Exogenous

2

What type of tissue deposit is this?

A. Amyloid
B. Calcium
C. Lipofuscin
D. Uric acid

B. Calcium

3

Which type of calcification?

A. Dystrophic
B. Metastatic
C. Neither

B. Metastatic

4

What disease is this?

A. Bacillary hemoglobinuria
B. Erythropoeitic porphyria
C. Phosphofructokinase
deficiency
D. Propylene glycol toxicity

B. Erythropoeitic porphyria

5

What are 4 things you will check during your necropsy?

1) Liver

2) Gallbladder

3) Bladder

4) Spleen

6

What mechanism causes jaundice in these
following conditions common in St Kitts:

Leptospirosis -> ?

Ehrlichiosis -> ?

Leptospirosis -> Hepatic

Ehrlichiosis -> Prehepatic

7

What is the most likely cause:

A. Bluetongue
B. Herpesvirus
C. Inherited genetic defect
D. Pestivirus

A. Bluetongue
and
D. Pestivirus

8

What is this deposit:

A. Amyloid
B. Calcium
C. Fibrin
D. Uric acid

A. Amyloid