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Animal Diseases

Term Meaning
anemia red blood cell deficiency
atrophic rhinitis progressive decline and inflammation or nasal membranes
bacteria microscopic plants, often parasitic and disease-causing
canine distemper viral disease of dogs, marked by fever and respiratory problems
cardiomyopathy chronic disorder of the heart, common in dogs
colic acute abdominal pain; common in horses
diabetes inipidus diabetic condition caused by pituitary disorder
diabetes mellitus diabetic condition caused by an inadequate supply of insulin
enzootic pneumonia infection of the lungs found in specific kinds of animals
feline panleukopenia viral leukemia of cats, usually fatal
feline urolithiasis condition in cats, caused by mineral deposits in the urinary tract
feline infectious peritonitis infectious inflammation of the peritoneum ( abdominal cavity membrane)
gastroenteritis inflammation of the membrane lining the stomach and intestines
hemophilia condition of delayed blood clotting
herpes virus inflammatory virus that produces on the cell nucleus
hydrothorax excess fluid in the lining of the lungs
hyperthyroidism excessive function of the thyroid gland
hypertrophy exaggerated growth
hypothyroidism deficient activity of the thyroid gland
leukemia chronic disease of the white blood cells
lymphosarcoma malignant lymph tumor tending to spread freely; common in cattle
malignant catarrhal fever mucous membrane inflammation; common in cattle
phenylbutazone toxicity reaction to the anti-inflammatory analgesic phenylbutazone
pneumothorax air in the pleural cavity
pyelonephritis inflammation of both the pelvic and the kidney lining; common in cattle
tetanus acute infectious disease usually introduced through a wound
virus simple microorganism that grows only in living cells
Created by: dlroberts