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Flashcards in Pulmonary Bordetellosis, Verminous pneumonia, and Atrophic Rhinitis Deck (20):
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Etiology of Pulmonary Bordetellosis

Bordetella bronchiseptica

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Pulmonary bordetellosis causes hemorrhagic ____ consolidation in nursing or recently ___ pigs.

Lobular; weaned

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In text books, pulmonary bordetellosis is considered to have a ________ pattern, due to the hemorrhagic, LOBULAR, consolidation.

checker board pattern

4

Pulmonary bordetellosis can be treated with antibtioics. List two:

Tetracyclines and sulfas

5

Bordetella bacterins may be ____ against pulmonary bordetellosis.

Protective

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Ascarids and Lungworms are causes of ______ pneumonia.

Verminous

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Ascarids - etiology

Ascaris suum

8

Ascardis migrate through the liver and ____.

Lungs

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These organisms result in large synchronous migrations (e.g., moving bigs from clean to contaminted environement) can cause severe pneumonia and death. What organisms do this?

Ascarids

10

Etiology of lungworms in pigs

Metastrongylus elongatus

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Lungworm M. elongatus requires _____ as intermediate host to complete its lifecycle.

Earthworm

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The adult lungworm of M. elongatus reside in the ______.

Terminal bronchioles

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Etiology of Atrophic Rhinitis 

Bordetella bronchiseptica 

toxigenic Pasteurella multocida

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Majority of Pasteurella multocida in the lungs do not hae the potential to produce atrophic rhinitis. What makes it able to cause disease?

There are certain types that produce toxins (acapsular type D specifically) that can result in retarding atrophic rhinitis. 

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Infection of Bordetella bronchiseptica and toxigenic Pasteurella multocida will always result in clinical problems. True or False.

False - infection does not always result in clinical problems. Environmental interactions and concurrent disease interactions play an improtant role in establishing infection.

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Lesions of atrophic rhinitis may or may not be associated with _______ rate of gain and feed _____.

decreased; efficiency

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Clinical signs of Atrophic Rhinitis

  • Sneezing
  • Tearing
  • Epistaxis
  • Distortion of snout
  • Possibly decreased growth performance

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Diagnosing Atrophic Rhinitis can be made on obvious _______, culture, and snout cross-section upon ____ or slaughter check.

clinical signs; necropsy

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The vaccination for Atrophic Rhinitis contains:

Bordeteella/Pasteurella bacterin/toxoid

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Eradication of atrophic rhinitis includes:

SPF (specific pathogen free) or SEW (segregated early weaning)