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Equine 2004

Equine Questions from 2004

Horse with urine incontinence, decreased anal tone, recumbency, inability to stand up and some other neurological signs: A. EPM B. WEE C. EHV-1 C. EHV-1 (don't tend to see decreased anal tone with EPM)
DDX of pleuritis and pleuropneumonia in horse: A.ultrasound B. FNA C. X-RAYS A. Ultrasound
Deep anesthesia in horse under halothane is indicated by: A. Absence of pupillary reflex B. Eyeball is located craniomedially C. Pupils are centrally located C. Pupils are centrally located. Horse: light=nystagmus @ stage 1, 2, 3 Deep=no nystagmus, central pupils, dec or absent palpebral, +/- have corneal reflex
Most common venerally transmitted diseases on horse: A. Staph zooepidemicus B. Klebsiella pneumoniae C. E.coli D. Actinomyces A. Staph zooepidemicus
Horse w/sarcoid treated w/intratumor injections of (chemo), what you advise the owner: A. Not to worry about tumor recurrence B. Watch him for the next 24 hours C. Hold the food for 12 hours B. Watch him for the next 24 hours
Diet supplement in equine OCD: A. Cu B.Ca C. Mg D. Protein A. Cu
How to manage horse with HYPP A. Avoid alfalfa, give corn or timothy hay, put on pasture B. All other answers included adding alfalfa A. Avoid Alfalfa, give corn with timothy hay, put on pasture
Horse with a large swollen area bt the ramus of the mandible and the neck with soft center and fever, what is the best way to DX? A. aspirate and culture B. X-rays C. ultrasound A. Aspirate and culture
What is the best way to diagnose a urinary bladder rupture? A. Abdomenocentesis B. Serum creatinine C. Serum BUN D. Urine BUN A. abdomenocentesis
Most common signs of Yellow Star Thistle poisoning in horse: A. Unable to prehend food, water and decrease masseter muscle tone B. colic C. Diarrhea D. Laminitis A. Unable to prehend food, water and decrease masseter muscle tone
Horse on TMS developed diarrhea, what do you do next? A. Stop TMS, CBC, IV Banamine B. Stop TMS, chemistry, IV banamine C. Continue TMS, CBC, IV bute D. Continue TMS, chemistry, IV bute A. stop TMS, CBC, IV banamine
Which disease is NOT reportable? A. EPM B. Encephlitis virus C. EIA D. Vesicular stomatitis virus A. EPM B. Encephalitis virus =48 hrs C. EIA 48 hrs D. Vesicular stomatitis 24
Pregnant mare (10 mo) has T=100.8, P=36, R=10 A. Normal B. fever, normal P, Normal R C. the other 2 answers had increased P and R A. Normal
Horse with gastric ulcers, tx with? A. MgAluminum hydroxode B. Omeprazole C. Sulcrafate D. Ranitidine B. Omeprazole
Gastric ulcers in equine caused by? A. NSAIDS B. Anthelminics C. Hematinics A. NSAIDS
Adult horse came back from a horse show in TX with ataxia, recumbent and weakness? A. EPM B. EDM C. Wobbler syndrome D. Cauda Equina A. EPM
What help DX of laminitis in horse (x-ray)? A. Palmar digital nerve block B. Acepromazine injection C. Interphalangeal nerve block C. Interphalangeal nerve block
Rhodococcus equi most common in: A. 1-6 month old, wet & cold B. 1-6 month, dry and cold C. the other 2 answers were 1-2 yr old B. 1-6 month, dry and cold
Non-painful swelling over the mandible: A. eruption of permanent teeth B.No other choices A.eruption of permanent teeth
In CA adult horse breeder's deworming goal is to get? A. gastrophillus, large & sm strongyles B. P. equrum, gastrophilus and small strongyle C. Oxyuris and small strongyle D. Strongyloides westeri B. P. equrum, gastrophilus and small strongyle
Horse with garnulomatous tissue with yellow stuff in it: A. cutaneous habronemiasis A. cutaneous habronemiasis
Alopecia in young horse is caused by? A. Ringworm B. Sarcoid C. Habronemiasis A. ringworm
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