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LAB 2

TermDefinition
Toxocara and toxascaris nematode
ancylostoma nematodes
dipylidium caninum cestodes
trichuris vulpis nemaode
spirocerca lupi nematode
physaloptera nematode
ollanurus tricuspis nematode
taenia spp cestode
echinococcus spp cestode
isospora spp protozoan
cryptosoridium protozoan
dirofilaria immitus nematode
d. renale nematode
eimeria spp nematode
oxyuis equi nematode
what are the two most common intestinal parasites that puppies and kittens are born with? ounds and hooks
what are to the three most common routes of transmission for intestinal parasites that puppies and kittens get? fecal-oral, transplacental, transmammary
what us the intermediate host for d. caninum? fleas
What is the intermediate host or the taenia spp? rodents/rabbits
what is the intermediate host for echinococcus spp.? wildlife
what is the common name for toxacara and toxascaris spp.? roundworms
whatis the common name for ancylostoma spp.? hookworms
what is the common name for trichuris vulpis? whipworms
what is the common name for spirocerca lupi? esophageal worm
what is the common name for oxyuris eui? pinworm
what is the intermediate host for d. immitus? mosquitoes
what is the common name for d. immitus? heartworm
eimeria, isospora, toxaplasma, an crytosporidium all fall into the protozoan subcatagory of? coccidia
what is the intermediate host for toxoplasmosis? cat
name 4 ways that a person can contract toxoplasmosis fecal-oral route, unwashed veggies, undercooked meat, gardening
what do the eggs of spirocerca lupi closely resemble? paperclips
what is the common name for ollanuris tricuspis? feline trichostrongyle
what is the larval form of d. immitus called? microfilaria
what is the drug commonly used to treat toxocara and toxascaris generic and trade name pyrantel pamoate; nemex, strongid-T
what is the drug commonly used to treat ancylostoma spp. same as the drug used to treat roundworms..pyrantal pamoate
what is the name of the drug commonly used to treat trichuris spp.? fenbendazole or panacur
what is the drug commonly used to treat coccidia albon or sulfadimethoxine
what combo of drugs is used to treat giardia? fenbendazole(panacur) and metronidazole(flagyl)
what disease does cryptsporidium cause? scours
if severe enough, which intestinal parasite is most likely to cause animia? hookworms, ancylostoma spp
what is the best diagnostic method to identify protozoan? direct fecal
what parasite are we looking fo if we let a fecal sit for 15 min.? whipworm
what category of parasites will not be seen on fecal floatation? cestodes; tapeworms
if people are infected by roundworms, what disease does it cause? visceral larval migrans
whta is the common name for trematodes? flukes
what is the commone name for a cestode? tapeworm
what is an intermediate host? harbors the immature or asexual stage of the parasite
what is a operculum? bubbles on the ends of whipworm and some fluke eggs where larvae hatch out
what is the most comon way that people obtain hookworms? skin penetraion
finding proglottids around a dog's anus indicates and infection of wht type of parasite? tapeworm
compared to roundworm ova(eggs) coccidia is much smaller or larger smaller
what type of yeast is commonly found in the ears of dogs? malassezia
which intracellular parasite appears fairly large, paired and tear drop shaped? babesia
which of the following ova(eggs) are collected via cellophane tape prep? pinworm
fecal specimens should be read on what microscopic power? 10x
when might we accindentally find microfilaria? blood smear; differential cell count
what is the comon name for filaroides lungworm
ear might checks should be viewed using what power on your microscope? 10x
when preparing an ear cytology should you roll or press and smear the sample onto the slide? rol
ear cytology are used to diagnosis what? bacteria and yeast
when preparing an ear might check, how much mineral oil should be used? enough that the cotton applicator becomes saturated and you have excess on the slide
fna stands for? fine needle aspirate
skin scraping are used to diagnosis what parasites? mites
why do we perform fnas? diagnosis masses
ear cytology should be viewed using what power on your microscope? either 40x or oil imersion 100x
what canine parasite causes nodules in the esophagus? esophageal worms, spirocera lupi
name a parasite that is not zoonotic whipworm and tapeworm
what is the name of the fake heartworm d. reconditum
what is the name of the head/mouth portion of tapeworms? scolex
what are bots? fly larvae
give an example of a true bug bed bug or kissing bug
what are the two types of lice? mallophagia;biting and anoplura;sucking
what is the name of the egg stage of lice? nit
what is the largest diteran? horse fly
what is the common name for tabanus spp? horsefly
what is the common name for stomoxys calitrans stable fly
what is the common name for chrysops? deer fly
what is the common name for musca autumnails? face fly
sarcoptic mange live where on the body? in the knim of animals
what is the most common cause of demodex mange in animals? immune compromised
myiasis is what? maggots
what is the active ingrediant in comfortis? spinosad
what is the active ingredient in revolution selamectin
what is the active ingrediant in capstar? nitenpyram
demodex mange lives where on the animal in the hair folicles
what is the active ingredient in heartgard? ivermectin
what is the name of the bacteria comonly spread by face flies that causes pink eye in cattle? moraxella bovis
what is the active ingredient in dog meds that will kill cats? permethrin
the active ingrediet in frontline is? fipronil
the active ingredient in sentinel is lufeneron
the active ingredient in program is lufeneron
the active ingredient in proheart is moxidetin
the active ingredient in intereptor milbemycin
obilgate aneraobes need no oxygen
obligate areobes need oxygen
what is the shape of cocci bacteria round
what is the shape of bacillus bacteria rods
what color do gram positive organisms stain purple
what color do gram negative organisms stain red/pink
what is the purpose of transport media transpot media without growth
mycology is the study of what fungus
what type of bacteria is staphylococcus? gram positive cocci
what type of bacteria is streptococcus gram positive cocci
neisseria spp is what type of bacteria and where do we commonly find it? gram negative cocci; dog/cat bites
fusobacterium is what type of bacteria and where do we commonly find it? gram negactive rod; dog/cat bites
pseudo monas is what type of bacteria? gram negative rod
where do we commonly see pseudomones infections in dogs? ears
listeria is what type of bacteria gram positive rod
what disease does listeria cause in cattle circleing disease
what does DTM stand for? dermatophyte test media
the innate immune system includes what parts of your body? skin, nasopharynx, guts, lungs, GI tract
name the 3 signs of inflammation heat, redness, swelling
what is the name of the disease with increased intraocular pressure glaucoma
whatis the purpose of the STT? check for dry eye
what does KCS stand for? keratoconjunctivities sicca
what test do we use to check eye pressure tonopen
what is the test used to check for corneal ulcerations fluroscein stain
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