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1

why is pseudorabies calld infectious bulbar paralysis

as the virus causes paralysis of bulbar region i.e. medulla oblongata

2

why pseudorabies is called aujeszky disease

Aujeszky was the person who first described the disease

3

why pseudorabies is known as mad itch

as the virus enters body through INTACT SKIN, and causes PRURITIS at the site of entry

4

C.O. of pseudorabies

herpesvirus suis

5

pseudorabies is commonly seen in which species

cattle

6

how does pseudorabies virus enter body

through damaged skin
through intact nasal muscosa

7

pseudorabies virus is ______tropic

pan

but multipilication manily occurs in RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

8

characteristic sign of pseudorabies

-intense itching/ulceration of skin
-bulbar paralysis

9

tell about the areas where intense itching occurs in pseudorabies

limited to a particular area of skin from where VIRUS enters

10

intense itching in pseudorabies deteriorates to _________ of the skin

ulceration

11

characteristic gross lesions of pseudorabies

lesions in CNS
ulceration of skin

12

characteristic microscopic lesion of pseudorabies

intranucleur inclusion bodes in neuron & glial cells

13

in which part of CNS, are lesions found in pseudorabies

spinal ganglia
basal ganglia of brain
temporal cerebral cortex

14

pseudorabies is aka

infectious bulbar paralysis
aujeszky disease
mad itch