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Clinical Medicine3

Pathology, Tick borne Diseases, Feline Diseases

Which Virus is closely related to the canine parvovirus-2? Panleukopenia
Which virus undergoes a genetic change into the virus that causes FIP? Corona
Which virus is associated with causing Lymphoma? Leukemia
FIV is spread between cats via? Bite woundes
Herpesvirus-1 causes this virus? Rhinotracheitis
Over 50% of cats that test positive for FIP, will also be positive for? Feline Leukemia Virus
FIV replicates in? Lymphocytes
Main route of transmission for Panleukopenia is? Feces
Inflammation of the lymph nodes? Lymphadenitis
Severe response to a foreign substance? Anaphylaxis
Material that has passed through a membrane and is high in fluidity and low in protien, cells, or solid materials derived from cells? Transudate
Material that has escaped from blood vessels? Exudate
Which organ is diseased if your patient is jaundiced? Liver
Rickettsia (True bacteria) is transmitted by what? Lice and Ticks
Borrelia burgdorferi is also known as? Lyme Disease.
Lyme disease is caused by which ticks? Ixodes scapularis and Ixodes pacificus.
What are the three stages of host ticks? Larva, nymphs, and adults
Ticks acquire B. burdorferi from? Wild Rodents.
Three main signs of Lyme disease? Shifting lameness, swollen joints, fever.
Animal becomes positive for Lyme disease _-_ weeks after infections? 4-6
Created by: s.taylor